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SCSIEXtERNAL £15 

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CONTENTS 




CUAMIGA MAGAZINE • OCTOBER 1995 



Cover Feature 



Desktop 
Dreams 

Enter the exciting and creative 
world of desktop publishing with 
this month's PageStream 2 cover 
disk! Take a wallt through the 
stages of producing a professional 
quality newsletter with our expert 
guide to DTP and PageStream, , 
exploring and explaining all of tne 
amazing possibilities avail 
able to you and youf 
Amiga. So before v^u can 
say 'Robert Maxwell' you 
should be producing 
magazines, flyers, 
posters and newsletters 
to beat the rest 
of them. 



Public Domain 



PD Scene 89 

The classJF Load fiunner makts Aci appearance 
"lis monthj along wrth aiMrther hatch iii Uip 

• .fi.mos and games.. 



•PD UtilHies 



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Ov6r4iO public domfiin utilities ars Lnearthed in 
this month's fluid« tD th« more UKful end of 
the public dpiTiBin. 



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Feature 




Stuffed 



Massive storage 
devices are every- 
where at the 
moment, from 
100Mb Zip dri- 
ves to 650Mb 
magneto-opticals ttiat 
double as CD-ROM drives. Find 
out exactly wliich option is right 
for you in our exclusive guide to 
all the current mass storage 
devices. You'll never want to go 
back to QOOK floppies again! 



Get Serious 



• Real 3D V3 



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A real heavyweight af Amiga 3D rendfering, 
flea/ 3D is rtow at wersVori ^- Has it nun- 
»g«d to stay up with th* pwck, or !» it jut * 
ktad tA shinv b^iis? 



tpofl^S^re 



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I MuHimedia 
Station 



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Hook your A1200 Or AEOO Up If) PC-Style IDE 
CD-ROIUls »nri Kard drives iMfth this towering 
uqianskHt system. 

•L2000 Genlock 77 

Mixing Amiga graphrcs with vid«4 H a 
breeZ'^ Wfth thtj classy iittke Super VHS afHl 
c<MiipDsit« vitiao gertkxk, 



• MultiData MO 



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it's a ^OMb m^gneto-opticBJ drive, and play^ at 
bnii^a a CD-ROM driv« ti>a! 



•Sonnet Doubler 



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CfMid ttii£ dSMM; qJodied EftMO accelerator b« 
the power boo^t your A4400.''M0 rteeds? 

•PageStream 3.0i 82 

CbeCli out the Iptest release tA this month's 
Sturining DTP cover di«k progr^rr. 

•CD-ROM Round-up 84 

Tht latest installment in the famous Aminet 
sags arrrvBS, aiong wHth £ gteHt tpnts disc for 
dacictop publishing fars. 



CONTENTS 



Cover Disks 




tream 2 10 



PageStrsem 2.2: the fpit wwking 
vefsior) t^ on. cover d>sk It?. 

O^ into fl^slctpp publishi/ig^ 

producing youf own magazines, 
rtew«l«ttef£ and more with 
Stris- highty pQwerfuJ professional 
software paci(ag«, 

Fears (A1 200) 1 2 

fvi-Qf^ Ooom entity $'1 tti« w^v 
from France, Could this be the 
one we've been wditing for even 
longer th^n we waited ioi the 

pO^^l See for yoiirs«tt. 

Citadel {IMb) 12 

Even morei^^^wN aotJon, This 
time on an ASOO with tMb chip 
RAM if you tike. It's 9 bit slow 
thotigh. If you fiave an AI2O0 

it's better; an acnTBterotor 
end youil love it. 




Gaines as th«y were 

meant to be: s«riOM* 

cofnpetitiofi We look at 
how you can get th« 
most out of thfl nnw 
bre^d of 3D 'Doom' 
clones by playing wich a 
pal and it null 
iTiQt^m lini up. 



PREVIEWS 



Pole Positioii 44 

Anoth^F football manaf^ament simulation from 
Ascon? Nlopfl, it'-B H Formula 1 sirr. 



• Citadel 



44 



A Daorn qJone <Qr the AHW? Cin it flv»r wwk? 
Will Jt be s«lf-def«attn{|7 



• PInbail iVIania 



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The follow-up to Pinb^ll IIJu«ion« . Mora AQA 
Pinball tablet - taut not by Dig'tel iliueion». 

I Virtual Kartin^ 46 

Can OTM come up tfumpi iivjth tfiis fast 
•rcad« geme based on go carttf 



• Odyssey 

Jumptasiii. plmkir-m adventure action as you 

M^a baddi«E pnd coliact crytftHls. 

• Club and Country 56 

The woFd FiE'^IEWS >$ a bit like the thama tiwia 
to match of the day - y*s, it's footbel^ 
managamant tim* a(^rn, 

• Football Statistician 
Professional 56 

Not really a ydme folhs, but tt may help you 
with the game we ah love. 



News 



• News 



20 



Thȴ ntpnllt we congmtijlate purKslvits OH a bit 
of astute int«rviewLng in the August is$.ue a» 
Amiga Technologies tonfirm that the A 1200 will 
, cost 0^9 Jind they will import 60,000 of 
I th«fn lor Christmas in the UK. There'a 
'alto a new Amiga monitor and a Vfl 
haadeet amongst other goodies. 



VFM 



• Bravo Romeo 
Delta 59 

Sourid^ iil(e a Latio American TV ^ntar 
doesn't it? You couldn't be further 
from tha truth ... it'$ a nudaar war EimulatOr. 
V»v« la firanc«1 

• Subversion 

Submarine frolics for your Amiga? Or will it 
give you that sinking feeling? 




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Players Guides 



• Valhalla 2 Solution 60 

ViM tfiiit l)J.iS.l».»tl Loru U! iiirHiriY I'Viir iiniih hi-S 
t4ue-&t7 P.i'»ff(jn? ... Oh. you nieart 1ie linv^ thii 
month? Right fohis. let's get it ower with 

• Vampyra 65 

|.:j^. i,jj-_. !,_-ni^_i;r- --•- Vampyra lov«* « hita 
on the side. PrtfloTably a aiiit' of veirifion 

or buftalo, but u h\n juicy advunLurt.: will 

do nicely too 

• Snip Tips 66 

Matt Bjoiiahiun Ims so many fiiends he nevat 
actually tivcd^ to pl»y » yumu hiniseM; he gets 
all his code$ throucih ttie poftl Don't hrt *>"'■ 
down now' 




CONTENTS 



Editorial 



The market is pretty strange at the 

moment. One iiciir o\ it, th& games sectOf is m a definite state of 
riecline. The ortiy way 4t will recover is for Ainiga Tecihnofogies to 
actuaify s^l the 50,000 A1200s they are promisirig very quickly, 'lAilh 
the possibility of angther 50,000 sales very eaity in the new year. With 
new games consoles and massi^'e adveniising sperids in the PC 
sector, games com|>anies are now, more than ew«r, sidelining the Amiga, Even 
games like Worms, developed on the Amiga bysn Amic^a faratic, are being heid 
up just so Ihat their release can coincide with tha;t of the other versions. Without 
a CD-ROM driue the Amiga is even more vuJrterabte to sidelining. Don't be 



Buyers Guide 10O 

Video digitizers ar« under ttie spotitght In tilib mtmth'* 
buyers quide. 

OctaMED 5.04 102 

Ed Wiles 3tert$ hiE tutorial ttnns for our 'bitnging' cQv«r 
disk from tlie September issue, 

Image i=X 104 

Lot Tony hi organ take yoit through another t*iiktn of 
stunningly original image proceising ideas. 

ProDraw 106 

find out more' trl-cks ^nd tMhniqu^t for use in Pro Dravv 
as Larry Hickmon shows you how it's don«, 

Graphics iVIasterclass 108 

3D stereogranns and Piersanal Paint are the subjects of 
Peter Lee's graphics, masterclass this month. 

Wired World £t Net God 1 10 

All you need to know about Setting jp AMotaic, plus r>aws 
and rants froin Net Gdd. 

Frequently Aslcfid Questions 115 

Why fumbSe around in the dark, when John Kennedy ia 

on hand with enlightenmemt from frequently asked questions. 

a+A iVla8tercia8& 120 

Thare'* no reed to have a drab old grey Workbencfi, 
John Kann»dy continues his interior design tourae. 

Questions and Answers 122 

No prablem is tao big forth* CD Amiss O-i'Ataaint 
Tony end Mat are y&ijr man. 

Bacikciiat 126 

Opinions pnd vlaw» from all the far flung oormers of th* 
Airtiga scene. 

Points of View 1 30 

Having just seen AJi«n B,re»d Mat BettuiMit caN« for fofward 
cQmpatibility in games. 



fooled inlo thinking oth&rwlse. This is nota heaKhy market. 

Butdofl't lose heart, the peripherals and productivity side is picking up aga«n 
(it rtewef realty got that bad}. New& and more powerful accelerator hoards are 
being produced and imported, most of the major productivity sof^vare 
packiages are on the upgrade path and companies like Power Computing are 
infh«5ting heavily in ttie future with purchases like GVP This side of the market is 
stJI! thriving and the iesson to be learned i$ that the Amiga will not go aw/ay. 
Games software companies will not destroy the Amiga like they did the ST. 
several types of PC and all the old home computers. It Is not a toy. It will survi\« 
Alan Dykes, Editor 



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you have an Amiga 1200 or 4000, 

TiHsibaK: Set this to Xeft' to 
make the toolbox appear on the 
left, or to 'Right' to mal<e it 
appear on the right, 

Interlsee: If your screen is 
flickering when you run 
PageStream, you may want to 
change this from 'Yes' to 'No', 
Warning: this will cut down the 
resolution of the screen and it 
will be harder to read. 

If you run PageStream in up to 
sixteen colours, you can use the 
Gtobat/Change Screen Colours 



Desktop pub1ishin9 (DTP) is the system used to produce 
books, magazines and newspapers. Anyone with a DTP sys- 
tem can produce pages consisting of text and images, and 
have them output to film for printirtg in multiple copies. 
The beauty of DTP systems over conventional computer 
graphics and word processor packages is that they can use 
structured text and IHustratiuns, avoiding the the jagged 
pixelated edges of the host computer's display. 

DTP systems evolved from the traditional methods of 
page layout, so references to cutting and pasting abound. 
Colours are usually defined as relative leuels of cy±in, 
magenta, ye How and blach (CMYK}, the primary ink colours 
used in the printing industry, rather than red, green and 
blue (RGB) as used in most computer graphics apphcations. 

It's not essential that a printer is permanantly installed 
with your Amiga: files can be saved and printed elsewhere. 



command to choose what 
colours will be available. If you 
have an Amiga 1200 or 4000 and 
run it in more than 16 colours, 
this command isn't needed 
because PageStream will set the 
colours for you. 

Our guide to 
PageStream 2.2 

When you first start PageStream, 
all you will see is the toolbox. 
Choose the File/New command 
to create a new document, or 
File/Open to open one you have 
already created. 

A. These are the most impor- 
tant tools to i earn. The 'A' (Text} 
tool is used to type text while 
the arrow (Object I tool allows 
you to select, move and scale 
objects. The magnifier tool lets 
you change the view magnifica- 
tion and the second arrow 
(Reshape) tool is for editing 
complex shapes. 

B. The drawing tools (from 
left to right, top to bottom), are 
used to draw text colunnns, 
lines, boxes, rounded boxes, 
ellipses, arcs, paths and free- 
hand sketches. 

C Click on the view magnifi- 
cation to set a custom view. The 
page icons let you use master 



pages. Click on the page number 
to move directly to a different 
page, or on the arrows to move 
to the previous or ne^t pages. 

D. To put a lot of text on the 
page, choose the Layout/Create 
Columns command or draw a 
text column with the column 
tool. Unlike a word processor, 
you must create your columns 
before entering text. You can put 
as many columns on the page as 
you want, and you can link them 
together with the Layout/Set Text 
Routing command. 

E. To write a small block of 
text, such as a title, choose the 
Text tool, click on a blank area of 
the page and just start typing. 
When you reside this text object 
with the Object tool, the text will 
change size. 

F- To import a picture, choose 
File/Import >>Qraphic and select 
a picture file from the file 
requester. Note that the 
View/Show Pictures must be on 
to see imported pictures and that 
they are in black and white only. 
To draw a shape, choose one of 
the drawing tools and click the 
mouse at the start point. Move 
the mouse to the end point and 
click again. 

Where is the ... 

The Publish, Subscribe, Update, 
Information and Break Link com- 
mands will always be ghosted 
out because the HotLinks feature 
is not included with this cover 
disk. The spell check feature can't 
be used with this cover disk 
because the dictionary is not 
included. Next month's cover 
disk will have more files, so be 
sure to get it. 

To learn more 

If you want to get the most out of 
PageStream, you'll be glad to 
know that the official instruction 
manualis available lor a very low 
price. CU Amiga readers can get 
the PageStream 2.2 or 
PageStream 3.0 package for the 
lowest possible price. Check the 
offier in this issue for more details 
For a full introduction to desk- 
top publishing with PagBStream 
2 and your Amiga, turn to our 
DTP feature starting on page 25 
of this issue. There you'JI find all 
you need to know to get you 
started on the road to profes- 
sional DTR As usual we'll also 
be supporting this PageStream 
cover disk with a series of tutori- 
als over the coming months to 
take you through all of the pro- 
gram's powerful and highly cre- 
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ouVe seen the preview 
now play the game. 

This three level demo 
sees vou taking the 
part of a hard boiled loony in his 
quest to rid a dungeon full of 
floating golden monsters and 
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There's no mistaking that 
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You shouldn't have to do too 
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There is a puzzle aspect to the 
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and the rocket launchers are the 
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serve your rockets 
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Control is via the 
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the F keys which 
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done adequately on the A1200 
with AB3D, Gloom and, left, Fears. 
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In this demo of Citadel you will 
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telling you what you have just 
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Remember, you must pick up 
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Upon loading the game make 
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600 you'll feel as though your 
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lution and decide whether you 
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You can get reasonable speec 
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floors to off. It's also a good idei 
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first. Once you are in the game 
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sizes and speeds by using the 
keys 1 to 3 (not the F keys mind 
1 gives you a screen the size of 
postage stamp, 6 gives you a 
wide screen effect, 7 is almost 
full screen and 8 is completely 
full screen. You will get thB mos 
out of the game between 1-5 on 
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Your health is shown on the 
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look like circuit boards) are treat 
ed like weapons and have to be 
selected and used with the F 
keys and right-shift to operate 
them. There is no training mode 
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original data. 

PageStream 2.2 

Have two blank disks ready{these must be write en-abled). Insert 
disk 117 into th& intt^rnal drive and reset your Amiga. Ciick on Mew 
Goodies when asked which part you want lo expand. 
Press F1 and insert the first of your blank disks at the prompt, then 
press Return. Replace the cover di5l« when asked to do. Press F2 to 
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The prompt and press Return. 

To load PageStream, boot from the first of tliese two disks. 
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Repeat the process pressing F2 to decompress the second. 

Fears (AGA only) 

Fears is packed tightly to fit onto disk tIS. To decompress it insert 
your COPY of disk 113 into the internal drive of your Amig^. Reset 
the machine and after a short while a loader screen will appear 
which asks you to type 'Go Fears' to decompress this demo. With 
a single blank disk ready to hand^ 'type go fears' and press return. 
Then follow the on-screen instructions which tell you when to 
insert the blank disk, After it has unpacked you will be asked to 
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in your internal drive and reboot After a short while a screen will 
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half of the demo on it at this stage). This time when it says 'AH 
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Official: Amiga £399 



OS reported exclusivelv 
by CU Amiga 
Magazine (ast 
month the price point 
for the basic AI200 is indeed 
going to be £399. 

Amiga Technologies' represen- 
tatives at the UK's first press con- 
ference were very bullish about 
the machine's chances d suc- 
cesSj despite what we viewed as 
a high price point. The UK's allo- 
cation of 50,000 A1200's, which 
is half of the total pre 'Christmas 
production target of 100,000, has 
already been sold into retail out- 
lets and distributors according to 
UK Sales Manager John Smith. 
His view is that there will not be 
enough Amigas available to meet 
demand. 38,000 of the initial 
100,000 units will be shipped 
wiith the 170Mb internal hard 
drive configuration, 

Amiga Magic! 

The new Amiga pack will be 
called Amiga Magic and will 
include two games, Whizz, from 
Flair and Pinb^lt Mania from 
21 St Century. The productivity 
pack, consists of 
Wofdworth 4 SE (Special 
Edition), Personal P$intG.4 
SE (Special Edition), 
Photvgenics r^Sf {Special 
Edition), TurhoCalc 3.5, 
DataStore !.l and Digit's" s 
Organissr. All of the 
productivity packages are 
on current or totally new 



releases- Although Whizz v^as not 
very well received when reviewed 
(CU Amiga Magazine June 1995, 
5B%) Pinbslf Manis pronnises to 
be a good title and tJie productivi- 
ty software package is nothing 
short of superb, especially with 
the inclusion of the as yet 
un released PertOnSi Pain! 6-4 and 



the SMcellerit Photogenics 1.2. 
The big brother of the basic 
A120O pack, the 170Mb hard drive 
version will come as standard 
with Scala's MM300 multimedia 
design package as well as the 
same games and productivity 
package as the basic unit. This 
will be priced at £499, 




The main outlets for the Amiga 
will be through high street stores 
(possibly Dixons and others) and 
mail order outlets. The other sur- 
prise was that despite initial 
doubts (see our e3<,clusive 
Jonathon Anderson interview in 
the August issue) the Amiga will 
appear in Escom stores after all. 
Just how it will be sold against 
Escom' s own branded PCs and 
its Commodore Golf range of 
Pentiums is not quite clear 

Meanwhile rumours that Amiga 
Technologies have made the deci- 
sion to release the most up-to- 
date information on Amiga prod- 
uct releases, strategies, price 
points and so on, solely to trade 
magazine Computer Trade Weekly 
, {CTWy (reported in Amiga Format , 
October 199S) were laid to rest at 
le press conference when it was 
confirmed that CU Amiga 
Magazine actually had pricing and 
distribution news (in our August 
interview) before anyone else, 
even CTW. 

According to Jonathon 
.Anderson this isn't official 
policy but the trade have a 
right to know too; "CTW is a 
weekly magazine and the 
Amiga specific magazines 
^are monthly. We are not 
going to hold back infor- 
mation from CTW just to 
give it to the Amiga m,ags 
first", he said. The solu- 
tion seems simple: read 
CU Amiga Magazine! 



18 



MEWS 



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New Amiga monitor 

Oake another look at our picture on page 16. No, your eyes do not deceive you, Amiga 
Tedhnologies have announced a nevi/ Amiga monitor to 90 on sale at tlie same time 
as the A1200 and A4000T, Aithough the monitor we had access to for the above pho- 
tograph was not the final specification it is very similar, the AT version being a nmilti- 
sync monitor with a scan rate of 1 5 to 38KH2 and based on an existing UK manufac- 
' s product. Interna! speakers are expected, No price has been announced yet but Amiga 
lOlogies stress that it will be their product, fully matched to and compatible with all Amigas 
." nave an RGB port, and will be competitively priced. All those 'which monitor to upgrade to?" 
"•eadaches could be solved very soon,. 

Virtually useless? 




-vpes were raised and 
<lKhed in seconds at the 
Amiga Technologies press 
conference in August when 
Viriual Products' (a partner 
--^r-:rv of Escom) virtual i- 
.• were first revealed. 
The latest, and potentially 
best virtual reality head- 
around was touted as 
"Working on the Amiga' but in 
pact has little real use beyond 
itential 3D development 




and video applications. 

The glasses are available in 
two forms: PC and video. The 
PC versi'On gives access to a 
genuine virtual world with 
headset sensors detecting 
movement and translating this 
onto screen. These wiH retail 
at a staggering £399. There 
are apparently tons of games 
in development for this. The 
video version will work direct- 
ly off the Amiga 1200's com- 
posite output and will give 
stereo vision, but no games 
are currently in development 
for it and it does not have the 
sensor pack, m reality turning 
it into little more than a 3D 
very personal monitor. It costs 
E599 too; £200 more than a 
basic Amiga. 

Although a movement sti- 
sor upgrade .is potentially 



available for the Amiga, no- 
one we spoke to thought 
games and applications would 
be developed for this in the 

current clinnate. If you bought 
it you would ba able to watch 
3D videos though, of which 
there are allegedly rather a 'c* 
in production, But £600? 




Ken gets first prize Final Writer 

" 4 release 




•'■inner of first prize (an A1200 plus a 
»ears free subscription to CU Amiga 
Magazine) in our A120-0 competition. 
Ken Theobald from Essex. 

We had to nail him to the spot to 
■ *? these pictures - once he had met 
-' team Ken was eager to get home 
_ cfcly and start using his prize. 
^ A regular reader of CU Amiga 

r "' 



Softwood's long awaited Final Writer update 
to version 4 has just been announced by UK 
distributors Gordon Harwood. 

Out of the extensive list of improvements 
and new features, the intelligent grammar 
correction is perhaps the most impressive. 
Known as CorrectTe><;t GCS, the grammar cor- 
rection engine has been licenced from 
InfoSoftwho have had the product undeir 
development for many years, 

The user interface has also received a 
major update, making it easier to use and 
more intuitive. Font styles, for example, 
may be set from a special tool-bar indicating 
the status of the text at the current 
cursor position. 

For further information about the new 
features and the release date of Final Writer 4 
contact Gordon HanAfood, tel; 0117-836 731. 

Or failing that wait until nest month's issue 
of CU Amiga Magazine to get all the facts 
and the lowdown on this new product as we 
should have a full review. 




Miqraph goes 
multi-pass 

Golden Image UK has announced details of 
a new version of Its popular Migraph ^ 

Optical Character Recognition software, ^ 
version 1.52, 

Previoyslv it was necessary to fican eacfi 
paga and convert to text each time- Now 
with the new version it's po$$il)le to make 
three consecutive scan$ and then batch 
convert to ASCII saving much work. 

The Multi-pass 1.52 version retails for 
£49.95 and the standard 1.45 version for 
£35.00. Call Golden Image on OI&I-QOO 
9291 for more (tetails. 



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Worid of Amiga 

There is » possibilitv that the World Of 
Amiga Show, first held last December, will 
be repeated in November of this year. 
Following a similar form^tt to last year's 
show it could be a much bigger event fol- 
lowing tfie re-launch of the Amign. |B 
Although no firm details have been ^ 
released about who will be there it's worth 
watching out for. 

CU Amigi Magazine will print more 
details as they come in. 

t 



Apology 



Apologies to both Epic and Active for an 
error in our fealiire on pornography and 
sex in the computer industry la$1 month. 
We quoted! the Adult Sensations CD as 
being from Activ&'g catalogue. It was actu- 
aJly Epic who sent us both the Adult 
Sensations CD and Cover Girl Strip Poker. 

Epson Color 
Stylus and 
Canon drivers 

Eyetech have announced the availability of 
the Efudicor V2.CI driver for Epson Color 
Stylus printers, featuring 24«bit printing 
support, three modes of colour correction, 
grayscale mode and a full friendly calibra- 
tion utiHty with built-in instructions. An 
essential product for Epson Stytus owners 
wanting to get the most out of their 
Amiga print outs. 

Version 2.1 is currently under develop- 
ment which is the Canon 8JC600 and 
BJC4D0D version. 

Owners of tho$e printers might like to 
call Eyetech on 01642-713-185 or E-Mail 
eyetech@cix.compuiink,cOiMlii to find out 
where it's at. 

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New Apollo A1 200 & 
A4000 68040 acceleratois 



Oisage Computers hta^/e announced 
that they will be distributing the 
Apollo 124C and 4040 range of 
accelerators. The A1 200 version is 
based on a new low powef 68040 
clocked at 33MH2 and features a builf in SCSI- 
2 controller operating at up to 3.5Mb/s. The 
use of this new 68040 CPU type, designated 
the 'SLC series, will mean that it ruins nnuch 
cooler than the old 68040 chips running at 
25MHz, Good news for the cramped A1 200 
trapdoor whicti is prone to overheating even 
with 6S030 based accelerators. 



The brother of the 1240 for big-box Ami gas 
is the 4040, again with built iin SCSI-2, The pri- 
mary difference is that it sports 4 72-pin SIMM 
sockets where the 1240 has one and it comes 
in 28. 33 and 40MhJ; versions. Great news also 
for A3000 users. The 4040 has been con- 
structed in such a way that it will also fit 
inside the cramped A3000 to provide a signif- 
icant speed boost, CU Amiga Magazine is on 
track to bring you a full review of the Apollo 
6SD40 range next month. Those who can't 
wait should call Visage on 1 1 5-964-2828 for 
more information. 



A bit of a gamble? 



Into poker? Can't afford to go to Las Vegas? 
Then Desert Star might have the solution- 
Might. Hollywood Hustler is supposed to be a 
genuine, challenging poker game with a dif- 
ference. The difference is that it contains 
some very seedy digitised characters. Not the 
sort you'd invite over for tea and biKkies, but 
our gambling consultant reckons they're pret- 
ty accurate for gambling halls around the 
world. How good a poker engine it is remains 
to be seen 






Demon DISpatches 
snub the Amiga 

Demon Internet Services' new quarterly paper 
based magazine. Demon DISpatches, doesn't 
feature one mention of the Amiga at all. As the 
largest UK provider they are the only internet 
provider to offer support for the Amiga even 
going as far to provide local newsgroups for 
Amiga users. 

So it came as a surprise that there was no 
mention of .Amiga users, the survey page didn't 
even possess a choice for owning an Amiga com- 
puter Seems that you either own a 386 PC. 486 
PC, Pentium PC, 68000 Mac or a Pbwer Mac 
which leaves all Amiga users to tick the box 
marked 'other'. We were quick to protest this 
oversight as Demon are also our net provider 
Why not send them an E-mail to 
maga2ine@dem0n.net to set themi straight? 



Falcon 040 1 
may soon fly in 

©ources clos^e to MBcro-Sy$tem$ 
told CU Amiga Magazine that a 
deal was being struck with a 
major IJK based drstributar to 
license the Falcon '040 A1200 
accelar-ator Having already received good 
press in Danish Amiga magazines, the unit 
has vet to find a VK distributor allegedly 
due to the high price point. The UK deal is 
said to involve manufacture in the UK in 
order to redyce the end cost. Like the 
ApoSlo 1240, it's based on the low power 
68040 CPU which solves the heat problem 
that prohibited A120(} 68040 accelerator 
design in the past. CU Amiga Magazine wil 
endoavour to secure a review of ttio Fsilcorv 
040 under its new guise vtfhen and if the 
rumours prove to be true^ 



Player 
Manager 2 



Flayef Manager 2 lis about to be re-release: 
AG A form with 256 colour graphics and or 
disks. All of the menu screens have been : 
hauled and several additions have been i 
like press conferences, highlights of matcif 
fester gameplay in playing mode and varyir 
weather conditions. Due in October we'll gi" 
you more info when we see a working vers 
Screen shots are from the AG A version. 




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After £200 worth of phone calls and 
four weeks hard work here's this 
month's games news ... 



ii^Hik ornin'. Bit quiet tinis 

J L ^ J i month i'm afraid. Lots 
1^^^^ of companies seem to 

^^(|r be loosening up a bit 
as far as Amiga releases go, but 
many are still holding back until 
the Escom solution becomes 
rflore apparent, Mactiines are, so 
we're told going to be available 
soon, but after a couple of years 
being told that "everything will be 
back to normal next week" most 
developers are understandably 
reluctant to pump wads of cash 
back into the Amiga scene. 

Fans of Frontier are once 
again put on hold, as Gamet*k 
announce that they are yet another 
company waitir^g to see what 
becomes of the Amiga. Frontier; 
First Encounters was due to arrive 
about now. but has been put on 
ice until Amiga Technologies 
deliver machines to the shops and 
actually sell a few of them. 
However, the other Amiga 1200 
Gametek title. Star Crvsador, is 
currently being finished off and 
there's even a rumour that, 
following its success in the PC 
market, Gametek may look into 
produciing an Anniga version of 
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo. 
Could be inteiesting ... 




Aitfn UtgtE HtiiBcr tvn n m Hirw <cr At 

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Rasputin Software are still 
quoting November as a release 
date (well, month really) for the 
graphic adventure. Limbo of the 
Lost, while the compilation, Trif 
Flk taha ha!} will rear its head 
later on in the year. This bundle 
will feature the 'top titles' Charlie 
J Cool, Quiz It, and Monster 
Machines - retailing at around 
£20. Er ,. . can't wait- 

Audiogenic have been a busy 
bunch, with a batch of new pro- 
jects on the boil, along with some 
imminent releases. The excellent 
Exile will be in the shops from 
early September, with both AT 200 
and CD32 versions being released 
simultaneously- Odvs*ey will also 
be outlor all 1Mb Amigas from 
mid -September, and though a 



price has yet to be confirmed, you 
should be able to pick up a copy 
for around the £25,99 mark. 

Never ones to miss out on 
ANOTHER cricket game, the 
Audiogens have a new variation 
on their famous cash cow. this 
time with a planned Imran Khan 
licence (although this has yet to 
be confirmed}. Peter Calver 
assures me that, while Brian 
Lara's Cricket was just the 
same old game with a new box 
ar^d some fresh artwork, this 
release will be a total rework. 
That said, the graphics are much 
the same, but the fielding and 
batting code has been complete- 
ly rewritten. For the first time {in 
an Audiogenic cricket game any- 
way) the player will have the 
option to control the fielding, 
although the development team 
have actually had to handicap the 
computer fielders because they 
were too good! There will also 
be the inclusion of a 'six button 
batting mode', whereby using 
combinations of joy- 
stick directions and 
the fire button, the 
player will have a 
greater choice of 
strokes available. This 
is mainly just a boost 
in strength, but, well, 
variety is the spice of 
life {or something). 

Audiogenic {you can 
see who I've spent 
most of my time on the 




A $■■! ill't Itt fnd. Mttt'j it iBiw Toril »*i ki 

phone to this month can't you?) 
also have a brand new tennis 
game. Currently unnamed, it 
takes the traditional view-point 
from behind and above the play- 
er, aiming to be moi'e of a 'fun' 
game than a serious sports simu- 
lation, A release date is as yet 
undecided, but the project is 
moving at a fair pace. Look out 
for more preview material in 
next month's issue. 

One last bit of news from 
Audio', is that the CD32 version 
of Super League Manager will 
finally be released at the end of 
August following concern over 
the Commodore situation 
{sounds familiar) and the validity 
of releasing CD32 products. Still, 
all's well that ends well, eh? Until 
next month ... ■ 

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they predicted, would be spread 
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|we know, the experts were wrong (aren't they 
[always), which is just as well because this 
]rronth CU Amiga Magazine gives you the ■ 
lopportunitv to become an expert desktop 
ipublisher using your Amiga arid a populaf 
Ipiece O'f software called PageStream 2 from 
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gives you complete freedom to 
use the page like an artist uses 
a canvas. That may sound 
awfully romantic, but it's a fact] 
worth noting, because not all 
programs give you that 
option. Drawing programs, 
paint packages and word 
processors all lack those little| 
extra features that let you 
create great looking pages 
\e the one we're about to 
start work on. 

One of the nnost signifi- 
cant advantages of a pro- 
gram like PageStream 2 is 
that it lets you cfeate 
columns of text that can 
vary in width and height, 
then liink them together so 
text flows from one to 
another. That may not 
sound very significant but 
just try doing that in a 
word processor! 

If you want to get an 
idea of what PageStream 
2 is all about, try imagin- 
ing how you would cre- 
ate a page using objects 
[text and pictures} stuck 
down onto a paper grid 
on a desk, the way 
newspapers used to be 
\ laid out in the days before DTP 

] The desk you work on is the artboard that 
jsurrounds the page in PageStream 2. The 
•white area is your piece of paper. To create 
words, instead of a pen or lead letters,, you 
jhave a text tool which lets you type your text 
jonto the page anywhere you like, or if you pren 
jfer for large articles, import tl^© teist ffom disk, 
jPictures too can be imported and placed on 
(the page, but unlike the traditional methods, 
lyou can stretch, twist and crop these pictures 
Ito create eye catching designs. But that's just 
|the beginning, because creating pages digitalfy| 
jusing a program like PageStream 2 offers you 
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iBefore we start, you'll need to arm yourself 
[with some pictures and example text files, 
[The type of pictures is up to you. I've used 
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lYou can insert a few pictures of your own 
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[content of the images white still following the 
[example design. 

[ This leads to one of the most important 
aspects of DTP: preparation. Before you start 
lany project, sit down and do a 'mud map' of 
jwhat you want the page to look like and then 
[prepare the elements. In the case of this 
^ews letter, that would mean writing the text in | 
B word processor and cropping the pictures in i 
la paint package. You would then group these i 
[elements together on a floppy disk or a di recto- 1 
[ry on your hard drive and turn your thoughts to ; 
[the next job: actually creating the document. 



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1 > Creating a page 

; the elemien.ts at the ready, the first 
■: IS to runi PageStr&am and create an M 

- je. This can be done by choosing New 
":"n the File menu. Now comes the hard part, 

"g the blanl^ page. In most cases, this diffi- 
"V can be overcome with a rough sketch of 
V you want the page to look. The design 
be something you create in your head or a 
/ of one youVe seen elsewhere. Another 
'hod that works for many, is to make paper 
" outs of the different elements that n^ake 

- 'f^e page and position them until they fit 
together like a jigsaw. Most designers have 

<>^erent ways of handling the initial task of 
'^'eating the design, so don't be to worried if 
's is different to the methods mentioned. 

2) Stru<rtured pages 

^■M-ore we go anywhere with our page, a grid 
■■•needed. Not the grid listed in the Layout 
iffteng which is a series of dots that is used for 



isome columns lard out on the page which dic- 
itates how wide the text blocks will be and 
[where pictures are to be placed on the page. 
|You don't have to stick to a grid like this but it 
jmakes the job much easier. 
I In this example, I've used the Create 
■jj iColumns function in the Layout menu to make 
ifour columns that visually divide the page into 
|fOLfr vertical sections. If after you have created 
your columns, you can't see them on the page,; 
*make sure that the Show Column Outline item 
lis ticked in the View menu. 
I Before creating the masthead, use one of 
}the many keyboard short-cuts to zoom in on 
Jthe top of the page. 6y pressing the Right 
[Amiga key and then while holding that down, 
■pressing the number 6 key,, the page will be 
magnified so its width fills the screen. 

3| Making a masthead 

The front page has a large top margin to 
'jccommcidate the masthead, which is the title 
af the newsletter. The masthead can be creat- 
fed in an art package or in PageSireem itself. 
[The example here was done m^PageStresm 2 
[using the text tool to create the words 
['EllesBelles' and match them to a picture on 
rthe right of the text. 

I Here's how you can do it. With the Pci inter 
[tool selected, choose the File menu item, 
[Import/Graphic. Import/Text will be ghosted 
^ecause you have the Pointer tool selected. 
[Use the file requester to choose your picture. 
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Creating Page Numbers 

Most docunients require a page num- 
ber and PageStream 2 lets you create 
them with a minimum of fuss. Stamp 
the text tool on the page and choose 
LaYOut/lnsert Page Number. Told you it 
was easy! Page numbers can also be 
inserted into Column boxes. 



[to choose the type of picture and object you 
rwant, For now, sti^ck to using the PAL IFF-fLBM 
[filter and Object- When you click OK, the 
|image will be imported and a square pointer 
[will appear. 

[ This is the signal for you to tel! PdgeStream 
•where you want the picture. If you just click 
lonce on the page, the image will be posi- 
itioned at its default size. If however, you click 
[and hold the left mouse button down, you can 
[drag out the area on the page you want the 
'image to occupy. Choose one of these meth- 
ods and then place the image on the top right 
lOf the page. Make sure the picture is in the 
jcorrect place, and not overlapping the four 
[empty columns. 

[ Choose the Text tool and then the 
rFonts/'Points item in the Style menu. The Set 
(Font panel appears. Choose your font, style 
fand point sise. Once you have made your 
jchoices. clic-k OK and then stamp the text tool 
jdown on the top of the page. You can now 
type out your heading and when finished, 
Ichoose the Pointer tool. 
I The first thing you should notice is that the 
ibox now has a set of eight handles. This tells 
|you the box is active, White a box is active, it ' 
|can be sized and moved. Chances are. yoLir 
ibox will need to moved so that the left hand 
iside lines up with the edge of the left column. 
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ihandle using itie left mouse button. While 

iholding clown tiie left mouse button, drag the 

ihandle to make the text bigger, 

I All that Should take around ten minutes, 

Kwhich rnearts it's a good time to save your 

KJOCument. At the moment it's untitled, SO 

lyou need to choose Save As from the file 

Imienu. give the file a name and save it to 

[disk. Don't save the file to RAM, because if 

KfOur Amiga crashes or there's a power cut 

(you'll lose your work. 

I The last part of the jigsaw that goes to 

^ake up the masthead is a line of text urtder- 

5neath the main heading. This too can be creat- 

[ed using the text tool in the same way the 

[masthead was made, but make sure you 

iselect the font and the si2e before stamping 

idown the text tool. In the example here, I've 

}used Garamond, 18 point. 

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|3) Stretching things 

We saw earlier that it's possible to stretch i 

lyour text but that's not all you can alter, i 

iPictures can be stretched too. With the^ i 

jmasthead finished, let's delete the left most | 

[column and put a picture in its place. There | 

[are two ways to approach this. | 

1 The first is to import a picture like we did i 

iiearlier and simply size it so that it matches the i 

{column it replaces. That's a bi^t untidy though | 



Picture Formats 

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Syou how you can use Guides (non-printing | 

jlines that you can use to help in the position- | 

jing of objects), | 

i Magnify the page so you can clearly see 

rthe first colunnn and where it lines up with the 

Iruler. Now move the Pointer to the ruler and 

|where the column outline intsrsects the ruler, 

jdick on the ruler, A vertical Guide {dotted line) 

|will be placed on the page at the point you 

idicked on the ruler. This guide can be 

iremoved by clicking in the same spot on the 

jruler If you now click on the left-hand colunnn 

[to select it and then press Delete, the column 

[will disappear, leavirtg the two guides in its 

iplace. These can now be used for positioning 

ithe picture. 

[ Import a picture and place it in the space 

[between the two guides, making sure the 

[image stretches to the bottom of the page, 

iDon't worry if your ink-jet won't print to the 

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[an Inkjet printer try using a Post-it note (one of 
[those sticky yellow message posters), to 
[attach a narrow strip to the bottom of your 
isheet of paper and after it's printed, remove 
fthe strip of paper. This fools the printer into 
Iprinting right to the bottom of the page. I don't 
[know if it HA/III work with a laser printer or a dot 
^atrix though. 

[ Now to create a large heading that stretch-j 
6BS across the three remaining columns. 
(Before you can do this you'll need to lower 
|the columns to make a space for the heading 
jDo this by grabbing the middle handles on 
[each of the columns. It's also wort^^ turning 
ion the Snap to Guides option and using a 
ihorizontal guide to make sure the tops of t!"e 
[columns atl line up. Ensure that when you 
[place the heading on the page, that the top 
[of the heading is aligned with the top of tn^? 
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move to the bottom of the page where 
11 look at doing a WOB boxout [White text 
a Blacl< background). The columns on the 

of the page need to be shortened to 
;e way for the boxout, The boxout wiil 
St of a smaller piece of text with its own 
ling, a picture and smalt story. Don't forget| 
us« a horizontal guide to make sure you get 
bottoms of the columns to line up. 
Once the space is created for the boxout, 
on the Box tool and draw a box two 
ins wide. With the box still selected, 
'Se Object/Fill Style. In the text gadget 
to Style, type in 9 and make sure Black is 
selected colour, This black box is to 

in a picture on the right and a headline ati 
top of some text. Addingi the picture and 
line is very straightforward, 
One area we haven't covered yet is filling a 
with text. Choose the Column tool and 

a box to fill the space left after the head- 
and picture have been added. With the 
still selected, press Right Amiga H and 
^nake sure the Fill Style selected is None, Now 
X)sethe Text tool and click inside the box 
J just created. Unlike before when you 
-ated your text by stamping the Text too! on 
■:• page, if you enter text into a Column box, 
■•-- text can't be stretched when you resize 
■=• box. 

Choose File/Import Text and choose a small 
't file. When the text appears in the frame, 
30se Edit/Select All or press Right Amiga A, 
change the text to the colour White, press 
jht Arniga H to bring up the Fill Style panel. 
on Style 9 and make sure the colour 
isen is White. The rest of the text is 
atted using the functions in the Style and 
lat menu. A better way is to use a Style 
because these let you apply lots of attrib- 
to a piece of text quickly. We'll be looking 
• this function in-depth in further tutorials to 
■ J ow in CU Amiga. So don't go away! 

5) Pull quotes 

■ :' it all off, we have two more objects to 

ne first is a Pull Quote. This is the large 

surrounded by two thick horizontal lines. 

U Create a box on the artboard for the text 
r>g the Column Tool. Start the text one line 
}A>wn fronn the top of the box by pressing the 
^Mum key before starting your text. Now 
jnake sure the text box is active and choose 
lObject/Text Runa round. In the Text 
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Jthe text flowing top and bottom only and click 
}0K. With that done, place the box on the page 
}and watch the text get pushed out from under 
Jthe box. Add two thick lines and the pull quote 
(is done, 

Runaround text 

[Our last task rs to add an ima^e on the right of 
jthe page so I can show how you to flow text 
laround an irregular shaped object. First 
"import a picture, preferably one with a white 
[background so the text can flow over parts of 
[it without getting lost in the image. When the 
[picture first appears, it will cover the text so 
[Choose Object/Send to Back, 
I Click on the Polygon tool and create an out- 
[line around the main area of the image. Make 
[sure you close the Polygon by clicking twice 
[near where you started it. With the shape stiH 
[active, choose Object/Text Runaround and 
click on the icon where the text flows around 
ithree sides. 

[ Finally, because you don't want the line to 
[be seen, choose Object/Line Style and select 
[no line weight. 

I You should now have a stunning looking 
ipage that you can play with and make your 
(Own. Don't forget to stay with CU Amiga over 
[the next few months as we bring you even 
^ore in-depth tutorials to help you get the 
ifTio St from this superb package. ■ 

iLarry Hickmott 

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[If you have any queries on these or other tuto- 
[rials, you can E-mail Larnj/ at larry@em.powef- 
inet, co.uk or write to Larry Hickmott, 13 
iGairloch Ave, Bletchley MK2 SDH. 



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drive. If you don't intend storing 



special cables installed. If you're 
handy with a screwdriver, you 
could consider doing it yourself 
and just buying the drive and 
cable kit from a dealer. Have a 
look at some dealer advertise- 
ments in this magaiiine for a 
solution to suit your pocket. 
Often dealers will sell the drive 
with many megabytes of PD soft- 
ware pre-loaded on to it for no 
extra charge, 

"I need to h« able to transisr 
large files (that won't fit 
onto floppies) between my 



anything else much on it, it need- 
n't be a large drive. However, 
recently there's not much of a 
price difference between a small 
drive and a larger one. 

You can either choose a 2.5" or 
3.5" IDE hard drive. The A1 200 
comes with a cradle to house a 
2.&" drive. Mo special cables are 
needed and there's plenty of 
room for it inside the case. A 
dealer will fit this for you if you 
aren't happy with opening your 
machine at all. Alternatively you 
could try a cheaper and faster 
3.B" unit which will need some 



New E>eveiopnnents 

With the old SyQuest monopoly shattered by the arrival of 
the loniaga Zip drive, SyQuest's next move was to introduce 
some form of r^al competition. That competition comes in 
the form of a new ^rive called the 'EZ135% though unlike the 
Zip it doesn't use opitical technology, ft is a standard 3.5" 
removable hard drive system based in the 270Mb unit only it 
H siftgle sidad with a capacity of 13SMb. 

Interestinglyr the cost of the media is touted around the 
£1fi mark, which is pu:%«lirtg as the doubled sided version of 
eKHctly the same cartridge has been going for £5€ and more. 
So either the EZ135 media is a exercise in maaeive cost 
reduction or SyQuest were getting away with an inflated 
price tag while they had the rnonopoly. Either way the new 
drive looks inviting coiteidHring the tow media cost and the 
much faster transfer speeds then the Iomega ^i^ip, making it 
suitable for scratch>pad storage too. CU Amige Maga2:ine 
wiJI bring you e review very soon. 

Iomega are planning to folloiw their Zip success wiith a 
now 'secret' drive krtown as the 'Jai'. Prototypes are with 
key Stateside distributors already. Thought to be based on 
the same technology as the Zip, the Jaz goes much further 
with a storage capecity of around 1 gigabyte and a much 

proved transfer speed. 



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ATURE 




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A1Z00, PCs and Apple Macs. 
How can I get them all talking 
to each other?" 

You're one of the large group of 
people for whom ttie new Zip drive 
is idealiy suited. It's compact, fast 
and cheap. Not only are the disl^s 
easiiy trans portable bvx so is the 
entire drive since it weighs less 
than half a kilo. You'll need a SCSI 
interface loo. HiSoft's Squirrel is 



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ideal, and the two together will 
cost around E250. Extra blank 
lOOMb Zip disks cost around CI 3. 
Using CrossDoS or CrossMac, you 
can format disks <n MS-DOS or 
Mac format to be read on all sys- 
tems. The Zip drive can then be 
attached to the SCSI interface of 
any Mac or PC, 

"Tha small 20Mb hard drhre 



A Tte hinible 3.5" Vnm *nn. itnmki bf 

in mv A59<3 box on mv A500 
is not big enough. Could I 

plug in an accelerator with a 
bigger hard drive and still 
use mv trusty ASSO?" 

Firstly, if you purchase an A5O0 
accelerator HD combo, it will 
have to plug into expansion slot 
and there's no way to continue 
using the AbBO. Alternatively, you 
could attach an external SCSI hard 
drive box to the SCSI plug on the 
back of the A590 though it's a bit 
on the slow side. A brand new 
accelerator come hard drive box 
would have enough storage space 
for you to discard the slow 20Mb 
drive anyway. Alternatively, you 
could buy a new A1 200 with a 
hard drive now that they're shortly 
due to go back on sale under 
Escom's new management. That 
will solve your accelerator prob- 
lems and bring you up to date 



SCSI versus IDE - the fi^Ht is on 



The Small Sv^tems Coiriputer Interface is 
the most widely spraad standard for «»«- 
nection of mass storage devices, Tha ability 
of SCSI to manage seven devices off the 
same interface is a big advantage over IDE, 
Several devices aren't available in anythirtfi 
other then SCSI at this time. 

A common misconception is that SCSI is 
faster than IDE. It isn'^t* It's just that add-on 
SCSI interfaces tend to pull out all the 
«tops for speed (at a cost) however, it still 
is an 8-bit transfer standard as is SCSI-2, 
unlihe SCSI 'wide' which doesn't exist on 
the Amiga yet, IDE has the advantage of 
simplier drive electronics leading tt» cheaper 
controllers and drives. Very fast 3.5" IDE 
drives now cost very little indeed. Also 
with the new Amiga ATAPI EIDE software, 
it's now possible to connect up to four 
device to the A6CK). At 200 and A4000 
internal IDE interfaces. An accelerated 
A 1200 is capable of shifting up to 2,5IVIb/s 
when used with a fast hard drive - faster 
then the Squirrel SCSI card will normally 
perform. For big box Amigas, SCSI cards 
that offer Direct Memory Access (DMA} 
have the advantage of low CPU usage 
whilst transferring data. The DKB4091 and 
Z3 Fastlane Zqrro HI controllers are the 
fastest controllers on the Amiga, support- 
ing the SCSI-2 'fast' subset of the standard 



as well as the much faster 32-bit Zorro III 
stots of A300i0 and A4000s, For most peo- 
ple considering SCSI over IDE, the major _ 
considerations are: ^ 

• Does the device you need to connect 
only come in SCSI? 

• Will you ever need to connect more 
devices? 

• If you own an A600/1200, would it be a 
problem to run IDE leads out of your 
machine into an estpansion bOK? 

If you answered yes to any of those ques- 
tions, a SCSI interface seems like the 
order of tha day. Big box Amiga users are 
spoiled for choice with a plethora of cards 
available. The Octagon 2/400S is a particu- 
larly good card for speed and software 
support with one of the better drivers that 
understands the essential Commodore 
Rigid Disk Block standard. It also has 
sockets for 8Mb of memory. Costing £129, 
it can be obtained from Gasteiner on 
0181-345-6000. On the A1200 side, the 
Squirrel is still the best option if your 
PCMCIA port is free. It cost* £6^.95 from 
Hi-Soft on 01525-718181. 

If you answered 'No' to all of those ques- 
tions and have an IDE equipped machine, be 
happy. It seems you can make do with your 
Amiga's internal IDE port. That leaves more 
money to spend on your storage devices. 



with the AGA chip-set too. 

"My internal 250Mb hard 
drive is getting full so I need] 
another, but I also went a 
CD'ROM for my A120D. Can 

I add both or will I have to 
replace my 250Mb drive wit 
a larger internal one and buyj 
an Overdrive type unit?" 

There are a few options here. 
Indeed replacing your 250Mb unil 
is an option though you might lik 
to check out the Multimedia 
■Station tower review on page 74 
You could relocate your 250Mb 
HD to the tower and add an I DE 
CD-ROM into it. There would sli»| 
be plenty of room for another 
drive in the tower when needed.] 
Alternatively, you could go the 
way of of the Squirrel and loop . 
SCSI cable from an externa! C0-| 
ROM to an external HD box. 
However, it may not be the tidi« 
of solutions and it will be more 
expensive than the tower opfio" 

"I want to add a CD-ROM u 

the drive bay of my A4000 
Should I go for the IDE 
Tandem card or a more 
eKpensive SCSI card?" 

With the advent of the ATARI 
package (see page 74), there's 
need to buy the Tandem card '' 
you want to add an IDE CD 
With this software your inter 
IDE interface will suffice nic- 
would even be possible to t" 
device lead and add another ■■ 
(if you know the jumpers to --' 
master/slave operation} as v.- 
the CD-ROM. This would bt 
cheaper solution since no \- 
face or SCSI version of the l _ 
ROM needs to be bought. 
However, if you're thinking : 
adding external devices at s^- 
stage, it may well pay to in\- ^ 
SCSI capability Then again 
could always get a SCSI ca- 
when that problem arises. 

"I have an A3000 and 
very large animations. 
ere then spooled out off 
270Mb SyOuest and rec 
ed to tape. The SyQuest 
tridgas are eKpensive 
prepared to put up with • 
performance loss for • 
cheaper mass storage 
medium. Streamers ar« 
impractical since 1 nee^ 
random access." 
The SyQuest cartni-ge.- 
indeed very expens.ve 
Level's new MultiData 
on the Panasonic PD 
drive may be just the !■ , - 
need. Check out page 78 
revievw this month. It's 




FEATUft! 



quick at wdting but the car- 
tridges are cheaper tlian a 
SyQuest 270Mb cart and they 
store a whopping 650Mb wbicli 
IS seven pence per megabyte. 
For spooling off, they read at 
nearly 1 MB/s SO this may be 
exactly what you need and of 
course they are random access 
and work, perfectly with your 
A3000's SCSI. As an added 
bonus. It doubles as a quad 
speed CD-ROM when needed . 

"I owrt an A4000 and warrt 
to record video direct to disk 
which I want to edit later 
and then re -record. What 
kind of hardware would I 
n«ed? Could I store this on s 
Zip drive?" 

That's not an easy thing to do. If 
digitising at a nneasly 320 x 256 at 
256 colours, it's still over 2Mb per 
second that needs to be record- 
ed. The Zip manages 1 Mb/s on a 
good day Whilst miany cheap 
hard drives and controllers can 
Tianage this during raw bursts, a 
continual read/write to disk usual- 
ly results in lower performance. 
Then there's the hardware needed 
to grab at that rate. Currently the 
solution is to use some spe- 
cialised hardware that does some 
compression on the video. DPS 
Par and the Digital Broadcaster are 
a couple of examples. Then a very 




fastZorro III controller is needed 
such as the Z3 Fast Jane or the 
DKB4097 coupled with another 
very fast AV rated hard drive. The 
'AV is a term used to describe a 
drive capable of ver^' high perfor- 
mance demanded by this kind of 
audio-visual application. Obviously 
you're talking about a lot of money 
here. Best to assess how much 
you're willing to spend and talk to 
one of the dealers that specialise 
in high end equipment. 

"MV Overdrive is currently 
occupying my PCMCIA slot. 
How do I add a CD-ROM 

from here? My accelerator 
doesn't have provision for a 
SCSI interface, so will I have 
to replace the card with a 
SCSI" equipped alternative?" 
No. There are two ways you can 
go. Obtain a long IDE cable, trail It 
out of your A120D from your IDE 
interface and plug it into a cheap 
IDE CD-ROM. You'd have to find 
housing for this drive and get a 
copy of the ATARI package so you 
can use it with your IDE port. 
Alternatively there's a new product 
known as the Dataflyer. This Ir^ter- 
esting product plugs into your (DE 
connector inside your A 1200 and 
provides a SCSI socket on the reae 
of your machine by using that 
blank socket panel. It's not very 
quick but it would be perfectly 
adequate for a CD-ROM. It's 
not cheap, at £70 from Siren 
Software on 0161-7965279, 
but it will at least allow you to 
use a standard external SCSI 
CD-ROM as provided by 
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like. That may save you some 
wiring headaches that the ATAPI 
solution will provide. 

"I run a big BBS and mail 

systam on an A 1200 with an 
Overdrive CD and a 540Mb 

interr»al drive. I need to add 
a big fast hard drive and 
some serious acceleration to 
my expanding system. What 
do you recommend?" 
An Apollo 1230 from Visage on 
01 15-964 232 will not only g(ve you 
a major speed boost but also pro- 
vide a very fast SCSI interface to 



boot, Since speed is of a major 
concern, this is the better option 
over the Dataflyer which tends to 
be fairly slow. The Phase 5 Blizzard 
1230 range also has provision for 
SCSI, though it comes as an extra 
expense in the form of a small 
add-on daughter board, All you 
need then is an external HD box 
attached to the SCSI port on the 
back of your machine. 

So many data storage devices 
but, don't worry there's lots of 
time to look around for one that 
suits you. ■ 
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Having worked with high tech equipment on programs 
such as the Making of Michael's Jackson's Moonwalker, 
Terry Jarvis explains why he chose the Amiga for his 
latest project. 

Ojust wanted to create 
characters that could 
come off the page of a 
comic book artd come 
to life, a bit like they're doing 
now with Judge Dredd, the 
Mask, Batman, Dark Knight and 
Casper," Terr^^ Jarvis says confi- 
dently of his latest project, Spitiit 
of the Pharaoh. 

Terry has worked in broadcast- 
ing for nnany years now with peo- 
ple such as Michaei Jackson, 
Prince, Stevie Wonder and The 
Pet Shop Boys. He has also 
worked with incredible expensive 
equipnfient but for his own com- 
pany's first production he chose 
the Amiga to bring his characters 
to the sliver screen. He told us 
exactly why ... 

Spirit of the Pharaoh is a cul- 
mination of Terry Jarvis" child- 
hood doodiings and fantasies. It 
is an animated adventure with 
comic characters all created and 
illustrated by Jan/is himself. 
Currently on video (but there are 
plans to make it into a game} 
Spirit of the Pharaoh's hero is a 
young hip hop star Raymund 




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whose body is taken over by 
Ra'mun, an ancient Egyptian, 
bid to battle the evil God of 
chaos Seth. 

This project i^s a twofold land- 
mark for him. First it is a return 
back to his first love - comics. 
"My real love is in comic books. \ 
first started on comic books and 
I love everything from 
the writing to the illus- 
tration. I helped start 
the first British Comic 
Book Price Guide and 
one of the first high 
street shops selling 
comic books and of 
memorabilia." 
Secondly, Sprit of the 
Pharaoh is the first 
.project to be pro- 
duced by his newly 
formed company 
Future Promises, 
"Future Promises is a 
company that I started 
outside of my TV 
activities to work on 



new product developments, my 
TV activities being that I worked 
for the BBC for 12 years and did 
things from the making of 
Michael Jackson's video, Brit 
Awards and a lot of news and 
current affairs programming." 

Amiga's role 

Despite having access to mega 
expensive equipment. Jarvis 
choose to work with the Amiga 
because of its ability to produce 
the goods at a reasonable cost. 

"I come from broadcasting, 
where we never even used to 
look at an Amiga until we heard 
what people were doing with the 
Amigas. Now when you look at 
most independent producers 
they're using Amigas because of 
the fleitiibility and the cost. I've 
used some of the most expen- 
sive pieces of hardware you can 
imagine and I wasn't as happy as 
I am on an Amiga because it's 
not about how sophisticated or 
clever the machine is, it's about 




the 

power of 
one's imagi- 
nation. If you 
can transfate 
ideas wiith an 
equipment that is 
affordable, then 
you don't 
really need to go 
and spend 
£90,000 worth of 
equipment." 
So how did he hear 
about the Amiga? "I 
was sold on the 
Amiga by a compa- 
ny called 
Alternative 
Image. Henri 
Bujko one of 

the directors there sent me down 
some work that he'd done through j 
a mutual friend of ours, and I was 
very impressed by what he'd done 
on the Amiga. Mike Adams, who is| 
the mutual friend was very much 
into putting sound together, and 
once they'd combined the artwork i 
and the sound it was amazing howj 
much the image had come to life.' 

For the people' 

Jarvis is also very impressed wit" 
how the Amiga is making anima- 
tion available to more people 
than before and thinks that it will| 
help the animation industn,/ as it 
has done the music industry 
"It (the afford ability of the 
Amiga) reminds me of the record] 
industry in a lot of ways. In the 





iTie down 
■rte th,rough 
and I was 
:he'd done 
>ms. who is 
ery much 
ther, and 
:he artwork 
naming how 
hine to life." 

sople 

'Q^iied With 
ing a ni ma- 
people 
; that it wi 
ustry as it 
dustry 
of the 
■ the record 
ys. In the 




'O days it was so prohibitive to go 
"*o a studio and make a record 
js now when people can 
records from their bed- 
is, you've had such a growth 
I the industFv, And I think in terms 
f wtiat people are doing on 

as and bridging with people 
I rnyself in broadcasting I don't 
; you have to make the 

i^ood block busters, I think 
have to find your own niche 
tet because people will find 
you anyway. And you 
' don't need lo produce 
Disney type aninnation 
because people 
who go and 
watch Disney 
will watch 
Disney any- 
way because 
of the name... 
so we looked 
'for our own 
style of anlma- 
. tion within the 
|Aniiaa package 
and we 
fouind it. " 
Does he 
have high 
hopes for 



Spirit oi the Pharaoh? 

"I think it will become cult and 
expand" and here the Amiga 
comes in again "because it's 
quick to turn around. For a start 
with Amiga you've got an instant 
turnaround time, not like when 
you're doing traditional cell ani- 
mation where there's vast 
amounts of people you need to 
turn it around. The Spirit of the 
Pharaoh package was literally a 
threesome. Characters were 
designed by me, the artwork was 
done by Ian Peterson, David 
Oxford. Ian was the foreground 
artist. David the background 
artist. The 3D modelling affects 
were done by Henri Bujko and 
his team at Alternative Image." 

Should we expect to see a 
game soon? "We've got a game in 
development which is on the virtu- 
al reality headset and we're plan- 
ning a release on CD-ROMs. And 
what about the Amiga? "We proba- 
bly will release one Oil the Amiga 
because Henn {Bujkol just loves 
the Amiga." 

Spirit of the Pharaoh is cur- 
rently being considered by the 
BBC for its autumn schedule, ■ 
Lisa Collins 







Head to Head 



There'^s nothing better than a bit of 
competition to set the adrenaline 
pacing through your veins. Two 
player games have been around for 
ever, but with a serial cable things 
can get even more interesting ... 



©loom and Alien Breed 
3D arrived into the 
office last month, 
much to the chagrin 
of Nintendo Magazine System, 
who share our penthouse offices 
at Priory Court and who had just 
received the official Doom on 
SNES. They were lording over us 
ail nnonth and still crowed while I 
played Gfoom on my A1200'. "It's 
not Doom though, is it?" they all 
chanted, stating the obvious. A 
little while later the tables were 
turned though. 

With Mat Bettinson sitting in 
thegatnes room shouting "Ml get 
you ya %$*<l$(ffi>" at the top of his 
antipodean lungs and Tony Morgan 
quietly sniggering away at his 
desk, Wintendo mag wanted to 
know what was happening. There 
were several clues. Number one 
was the sinnultaneous sound 
effects and music ennanating from 
both the games Toom and Tony's 
hi-fi. Nlumber two was the cable 
running along the floor from Tony's 
Am.iga into the games room. 

The console boys were foxed. 
They may have an official version 
of Doom but it's one player only 
That's why they should have got a 
real computer! 






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Gloom (fated 91% in CU Amiga 
Magazine September 199&} is (he 
first of the Doom clones to hit the 
streets and while it's excellent in 
single player mode there's nothing 
like a two player game to spice 
things up. In fact Gloom is an 
excellent game to illustrate the 
effect of a null rnodem link up as 
opposed to conventional two play- 
er single machine wisdorri. 

Like Lotus Esprit Turbo 
Chalt^nge it has a split screen 
mode which allows 
each player to Indepen- 
dently move around the 
ma7e in either the top 
or the bottom half of 
the screen. 

Unfortunaiely, with two 
separate rendering jobs 
going on at the same 
time on the same 
machine this slows 
things down. It also 
restricts vision. But. 
because it has a null 
modem facility you can 



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link up two Amiga s through 
their serial ports and get the 
benefit of full screen action, 
double sound effects and no 
loss in thesp«ed stakes. In 
fact Lotus Tufbo 2 opted for 
this type of two player game 
as well. 

This sort of interaction is 
achieved by the two machines 
communicating with each other via 
their serial ports using a three core 
cable. Although there is ostensibly 
two different games being played 
at the same time (two sets of soft- 
ware are required), they communi- 
cate with each other, with one 
machine sending co-ordinates and 
information to the other followed 
by an echo return. Thus my 
opponent's machine knows where 
my marine, my plane or my car is 
at all times and can display them 
when relevant, 



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This sort of information is distrib- 
utable not only between, say, two 
A1200S but also between various 
Amigas and even outside plat- 
forms like the PC {if the games 
were compatible and you know 
someone sad enough to have 
onel- Some titles only play at the 
speed of the lowest common 
denominator though. If you have a 
standard A1200 linked up to an 



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A4000 040 for instance, AB3D 
will decrease the advantage oi 
the A4000,. 

Not so with Gloom, which i 
at the pace of each machine i 
if they are unevenly matched. 
competition for speed in our( 
became ridiculous playing ttws 
game: after Tony had stolen »' 
weapon power ups and enefC. 
bottles ort the first few le'-. ■ 
realised that there was a 4_ . 
accelerator in his Amiga. The 
Following day Tony was chs 
to a 'fairer match' - our A4000 > 
the accelerated A1200. Hov 
it's just the screen refresh " 
speeds up, not your prog'-- 
through the levels. 

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A provides the spice. In 
*ous and Powerrnonger you 
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VOu are either the red! or the 
driver, in Knights you're 
Tommy or the Hun./4fen 
3D {93% reviewed 
ber 1995) is the latest and, 
I say {with the possible 
:qption of Kn/ghts], greatest two 
null modem head to head 
it game, 
oping, with the theme you 
6 either The Master' or 
jve' when you link up. This 
ines littSe of consequence 
t where you start off on the 
vou've chosen. GloQin fails in 
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■^ its mazes are all on the 
vel. Breed 3D has upstairs 
.vnstairs multi layci'S in 
■'idze, along with water and 
•^aiards. This means that you 
; a high vantage point and 
• own on an opponent with- 
n ever seeing you, or you 
aecome a hazy shadow in the 
* Tension and sweat ensue, 

rt to wt 
wtiera ... 

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have to join their club which 
costs £7, Both are shoot 'em 
up heaven, 

Knsghts Of The Sky is Still avail- 
able on the Kixx budget label for 
about £12 from mail order firms 
like Post Haste (01227 764204) 
who advertise in this magazine. 
As a flight sinn it's superb. They 
also sell Populous and 
Powermonger, for strategy fans, 
on the Hit Squad label for under 
a tenner. Super Skidmarks 2 has a 
low-res facitity for ngn-AGA users 
and is definitely the best null 
modem racing game, allowing 
several players to use each 
machine. It sells for about £20 
from either of the above sources. 

Cables can be relatively 
expensive but if you share the 
cost with your opponent/partner 
then this can be reduced. A 1 .S 
metre (approx 6ft) null modem 
cable can be bought as standard 
from Grey-Tronics (0181 686 
9973) for £11,99, If you need a 
-longer one they can aiso supply 
various lengths to order. An S 
metre (approx 25ft) cable was 
quoted at around £20, This would 
allow you to play in another room, 
creating even more 
isolation, atmosphere 
and volume (shouting 
at each other is an 
integral part of this sort 
of game). 

So go ahead, banish 
that idea that comput- 
er games players are 
loners, get ganning 
with some friends and 
get your Amigas 
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The Linnbo of emptiness 
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desert. The place where software 
enters at its peril, where A1 200 
software especially fears to tread, 
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PREVIEWS 

• Pole Position ...44 

• Citadel ..........44 

• Pinball Mania 46 

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Cf you'fe a nnaniage- 
menT far* looking for 
jonnething a bit differ- 
ent then Asco-h could 
have the answer, Pole Position 
vvas first announced last April at 
the Bprir>g ECTS and promised to 
provide F1 fans with the answer 
to their dreams: become Frartt; 
WilliaiTis Of Silvio what's his name 
over night. Manage your own 
team, boss Nigel Mansel'l around, 
make him shave off his mous- 
tache. Ho! ho! How jolly. 

I never really realised how 
much goes into Formula 1 plan- 
ning and nnamagement. Day to 



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for the next season- And you've 
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Olack Legend have a bit 
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Eastern European 
programmers' output and publish- 
ing it here in the UK, They did it to 
great success with FootbaH Giory 
fromi Croatian developers Croteam 
and are now attempting to do it 

with Citadel 

from 
Polish 




developers Arrakis Software. 

The team consists of Pavei 
Matusz (project manager), Artur 
Badowski (programming), Radel 
Czeczotka (graphics) and Artur 
Opala (music). 

Citadel is the latest in the 'D 
clone E^takes but with one big .: '" 
ence; it's compatible with any 
Amiga with iMb RAM' ,., that ■ 
it'll theoretically work on an At;- 
However the version which we • 
seen is very, very slow on "" 
A50D. Even on an A1 20L 
slow by comparison with i 
of its competitors. 
To compensate for this 
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•ake a took at this. 

Team nnanagernent functions 
iclude (like On The bsfi) dealing 
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also include complex 
mechanical problems with 
the cars, a very real problem 
if you know anything 
about F1 . The cars are 
often more tempera- 
mental thari the dri- 
vers. Ascon claim over 100 
variables which can effect a 
particular car/driver combina- 
tions performance. 
Ti^ere are the standard 



management functions of salary 
and sponsorship negotiation, pub- 
lic relationSr looking after finances 
and loans etc, but it's the 
mechanical development and 
maintenance of your cars that 
really sets Po^e Position apart, 
Here you've got to keep your cur- 
rent cars, tuned up, invest in new 
technology, examine all areas 
including engines, exhaust, drag 
efficiency, tyres^ fuel etc. You also 
need to design new cars for the 
following season while the cur- 
rent one is still in progress. 
All this means that Fofe 
Position could be one of the 
busiest management simulations 
ever. The Amiga version will be 
for At 200 only and although the 
PC one has Silicon Graphics ren- 
dered race scenes and one hell of 
a lot of disks, this is going to be 
the last part implemented in the 
A1 200 "version. The rea- 
sons for this are largely 
related to the 




liA t riliplt tliSJMHS... This drawing fattril he\^i. 

nunnber of disks it wou'd take to 
do the equivalent, especially keep- 
ing in mind the limitations of play- 
ing off floppy. 

The management element 
looks good at the moment though 
and the graphics are pretty impres- 
sive, Ascor^ have a lot to live up to 
after On The Bell - let's hope they 
can get this one right. ■ 
Alan Dykes 




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the most accelerated Amigas, 
there are diminishing returns 
'to scale by reducing si^e. Making 
1 1 faster means you can't see 
fwhat's going on. Let's hope this 
an be addressed in the full version. 
Part of the reason for its 
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graphics. Walls still 
look like walls dose 
.jp. enemiies still look 
like enemies even if 
they're in your face. 
Most Of all though, 
■weapons look like... 
weapons. No pixelated 
imitations here. A 
shotgun is a shotgun 
and a minigun is a 
minigun. There is an 
animated heartbeat 
scanner which mea- 
sures stamina, a health readout and 
a handy directional pointer to tell you 
where you're going. 

Citadef has a wide variety of 
weapons all accessed by the F 
keys. 'i/Veapons and amimunition 
must be picked up and include a 
pistol, a high power automatic 
rifle, a sort of molotov cocktail pro- 
jector, a minigun a (aser gun 
and more. After selecting a 
weapon a window just under- 
neath the playing screen dis- 
plays it and another tells you 
how many shells you have. Vou 
can also pick up fed, blue and 
green keys which are also 
accessed through the F keys, 
first aid boxes and, apparently, 
beer, which makes you drunk 
and useless [?!}. 




The object of the 
game is to destroy the 
CiT&dei which is achieved by col- 
lecting pieces of a bomb and 
bringing them to the top level 
where they are assembled for the 
day of reckoning. Along the way 
there are an assortment of ene- 
mies with varying degrees of sur- 
vivability. As well as your weapons 
you will be able to con^ 
fuse them into killing 
each other and use 
items like fuel barrels 
to blow them up. 

It's such a pity 
Citadel is so slow. Our 
preview copy still had 



Its on-screen text 
in Polish but this didn't 
take away from its effect. On a 
50MHz accelerated A1200 Citadel 
gives the opposition a more than a 
run for its money. If the program- 
ming team get Citadel's speed up 
to scratch on a basic AT 200 then it 
could do well. ■ 
Alart DykdA 




45 



GAME PREVIEW 



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■ Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: 21 st Century & Q1235 851 852 



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Pinbstl 
Illusions 
there 

some doubt oyfr at 
its publisihap, 2tst 
Centurvj^hetl^er 
another Riiballc|gme|^ould be 
ir the Amlia. Pinball 
Mania had been toutelas a pos- 
sible non-AGA game v^t^h 
would fill the gap ori old^ 
machines that couldn't rui' 
HksSfOns, but then Its develi! 
rnent was put on hold Thiit ' 



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in February, this Is now ... 

Pinbal} Msma has grown frc 
rumour into a fully blown prodi 
ft tor non-AGA machines 

onginall^^tor]^'^' ^*^^' ''^® '^^ 
older broih^lffSm^i^s, Mania is ; 

AG A only ganne witn™m4^es,l 
presumably because making 
compatible meant SVGA and- 
effort of developing the EG^er- 
sion would have cost^m. This is 
a pity because theij^^ a lot of 
Dreams and Fanjfiies fans out 
there who wiWiSe disappointed. 

And thgi^e changed develop- 
ers. Yejj/Tor undisclosed reasons 
Digi^nflusions are not behind this 
r.iece of work.. The new developers 
sfc Spidersoft, and no 1 haven't 
heard of them before, but let's 
\ hope they know their pinball, 
^ Back on fanniliar ground, Pini:>3i! 
'.- ■ -'3 has four tables. In this 
.n^amce they are Tarantula {well it 
i;i bv Spidersoft), Jailbreak, Jackpot 
an (Mick Off. Initially the tables 



look a lot less 
busy than their 
predecessors, 
but, according 
to 21st Century 
this is for a rea- 
son. Scoring. 
J"hey reckon that 
jf?s it was 
too easy 
high score, so 
they've imple- 
mented a lot 
more combos 
and made things 
a.bit more skill 
and strategy orientatei 

Most of the activaf takes place 
in the upper regiq^of each table 
and a second S^^f flippers has 
been providorto keep the ba 
rolling up j|(<ere. The graphics are 
good bijnhe hi-res multi ball 
optioflmasn't been carried over 
\\om^lMusions. An excellent sound- 
Sck has been composed for each 




tablfr :rxiugli, ir the ui#nished 



version we saw, 
effects were not 
We'll have a full 
Alan Dyk»8 




bund 

ing enough, 
lew soon. ■ 



Virtual Karting 



Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: OTM © 01827 312 302 



©have to admit that I 
was a bit dubious 
about this when it 
first came iri. OTM 
are the people behind our 
PowerBase cover disk a couple 
of months ago, which was great, 
but they are also behind the 
launch of British Toufiiig Cat 
Chdilenge, a management aim 
that that was about as useful as 
old burned out tyres. So -,, good 
for utilities, bad for games eh? 
'Well, let's take a took at Virtual 
Ksfting and see. 

VK\s all about driving a 




go-cart around a racing track. Said 
carts come in two fornnSj lOOcc or 
I25cc and they go like the clap- 
pers. Between 25 and 50 frames a 
second is c;laimed by OTM and 
the effect is good on an AT 200, 
very smart on an accelerated one. 
Unfortunately my poor brain was 
not ready for the experience and I 
felt pretty nauseous after about 
two minutes, but OTM were quick 
to say that this IS just a develop- 
ment copy and this effect was 
being looked into. In the mean- 
time I've plugged in a joystick 
extension and am playing the 
demo about six feet 
away fronn the screen. 
The three tracks in the 
demo we received 
were dangerous, with 
hairpin bends and plen- 
ty of fast paced 
shenanigans, with a lit- 
tle pair of feet on the 
front of your cart doing 
the accelerator-brake 



liEAKze 



8G*^ 



shuffle as you 

hit the bends 

and the 

straights. 

Sound was 

mightily 

impressive 

too - it really 

was a bit like 

being on a 

cart and they 

have injected 

a sense of humour too: 

if you drive into the 

water the game goes 

■glug glug' as you sink 

in. The theme music is 

cool too. 

There are four view- 
ing angles to choose 
from but sadly, at the moment, no 
two player option. If OTM get their 
programmers to smooth out the 
background graphics a bit, make 
the tracks a bit more interesting 
and tweak the gameplay here and 
there the British Touring Car 



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gotten in an instant. It they 
added a null modem two playe' 
option Virtual Karting would be 
stunning. Good for utilities and 
good for games?B 
Atan Dykes 



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The world's first swash buckling elf (sort of) makes his 
debut in Audiogenic's new platform puzzler. 

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Oifyssey in its very 
embryonic stages at 
Audiogenic's offices to 
"G it had been sent by two art 
.. lents. I was s^ery impressed by 
it tlTisn, and I'm giad to say after it 
has beetn some though tweaks 
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Tiore impressed, 

Odyssey could best be 
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prising of seven islands all with 
odd sounding names (Leo and 
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buckling hero who has to defeat 
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him you've got to travel to each of 
the islands colfecting vital spheres 
of influence crystals, which give 
you the power to metamorphose 
into various life forms such as spi- 
ders, squirrel, birds, grasshoppers 
to mention a few. 

For a change 

Why the need to turn into a nasty 
creepy crawly? Well, I would if I 
was faced with an unsurmount- 
able wall. Eight legs are better 
then two in these situations. A 



rvir Ben wasn't a patch on this geezer 

One^ of the garne's finer points is the unusual benefit of 
being able to change form as vou go tbrough tha game. 
From spider, to rock, to bird, to grasshopper,, I won't spoil 
the surprise. Let's just say ther« are plenty of life forms to 
choose from. Press the requisite function keys nnd a 
screen will pop up like the one on the left, flashing up 
which animal you ate about 1o change into. Press fire and 
next thing you know you're in another life form. Fn this 
case it's a grasshopper, just right for reaching those 
otherwise inaccessible high areas. 



large part of the game involves 

working out which animal is best 
to get through each level, 

But Odyssey is about more 
than just leaping from platform to 
platform, changing into members 
of the animal kingdom whenever 
it takes your fancy. There are lots 
of puzzles to solve along the way 
and this element keeps you from 
getting bored. You've got to figure 
out the best route to get to an 
object that you need to progress 
through the level. For example, to 
get to a key that you need later on 
in a level, you need to work your 
way through an underground 
maze, opening levers, and figuring 
out ways of keeping the path 
clear for your to get through, 
while all the time trying to avoid 
rocks that seem to enjoy bashing 
at your iperson, arrows that fly out 
of the walls, strange attackers and 
swordsmen who want to carve 
their name out on your stomach. 
The restart icons (see screen 



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shot) come in handy v^hen you 
are trying to navigate through an 
underground maze and thankfully 
there is a save option after each 
island so all your hard work does- 
n't go to waste. 

Nice mover 

Odyssey is a slick mover and the 
playability is pi^tched at just the 
right level, not too difficult but too 
easy, with the puzzle element to 
raise it above the standard plat- 
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complete with all the 
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Once you have your statistics 
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always a game of at least two 
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in the UK but are being put out as 'budget' 
games none the less. Value for money or 
dressed up PD7 Let us be the judge. 




Subversion _ 

Price: £9.99 ■ Publisher: GuilifhaJI Leisure 
■ Tel: 01302 890000 

OK maybe Waterworld might have gone a bJt over the top with fancy 
effects but I think Subversion's minimafist approach doesn't do it any 
'avours either. Its all a bit basic, The game centres on a grid with an 
iland in the centre which is surrounded by a sea dotted with Sittie 

blobs. The main blob is you, 
:he captain,, whose mission it 
is to destroy ship shaped 
blobs (enemy destroyers) mak- 
ing sure to avoid the blobs that 
look 3 little like daleks (mines). 
To destroy the enemy ships you 
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and then from a safe distance 
use your torpedoes or missiles 
to blast them out of the water. 





Bravo Romeo Delta 

Price: £9.99fl Publisher: Guildhall Leisure Services. 
■ Tel: 01302 890000 

Having only just recovered from the excitement of football results in 
black and white-O-Vision {FSPl I now find myself faced with the task 
of reviewing an incredibly bland global nuclear was simulation. 
Yahoo! No. realiy. 

Devoid of even enough wit to sample "Hello Doctor Falfcener. 
Shall we play a game?", Bravo Romeo Deft a is set shortly after 
NORAD picks up the first incoming nuclear warheads, targeted for 
US air bases, with less than six minutes to impact. 

You are Chief Target iPlanner at the Strategic Air Command, and 
apart from having enough time to boil an egg. twice, it's down to 
VOu to launch a limited secondary strike - with targets demonstrat- 
ing the 'resolve of your political leadership, while not escalating the 
conflict' - and it said that on the box [although how you can lob 
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in the murky waters,, there are plen- 
ty of other thirsgs to do: like change 
your water depth, alter engine 
speed and genefally keep an eye on 
the maintenance of your ship. So, as 
well as moving around the grid 
sending .enemies to a watery grave 
you've got make sure that you con- 
stantly keep your ship well stocked and in good repair: this involves stay^ 
ing close enough to the supply ship and allowing enough time for repairs 
to be carried out if the enemy manages to carry out a sneak attack. 

This game has been kicking around the States for a couple of years 
now but Guildhall have decided to release it over here as a budget 
game. Some might think tliat they shouldn't have bothered. E think I'd 
stick with them on that one. The need to refer 
to the code wheel at the start of each mission 
and when you encounter a friendly sub doesn't 
do it any favours either. ■ 
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'escalate' is really . 
beyond me). 

The long and the 
short of this is that 
you have complete 
control over the U.S 
Strategic forces, 
including ICBMs, 
SLBMs, SSBNs, 
Bomber Bases, and 
a large side-order 
of fries, 

NORAD is on hand to help, 
offering tactical warnings and 
attack assessments as you plan 
your campaign. 

BHD is certainly impressive in 
its obvious depth, but the presen 
tation goes no way to welcoming 
you, and whether you go for a 
Bravo, Romeo, Delta, or 
Armageddon attack, you can be 
assured of a messy display for company, not to mention a rather 
drab offering from the sonies department. Still, the sort of folks 
that would enjoy this product probably won't mind too much any- 
way. 

The planning itself is controlled via a number of window^, spe- 
cialising in either assessments, communications, or the main plan 
generator. 

In honesty, I'm the worst person to review 
this, because I like Pfoj&ctX. This is clever but 
dull, and only serious war-heads will get a 
thrill out of it. ■ 
Mstt Groughton 









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Welcome to the final part of our coinplete 
solution to tills puzzle game where it's not 
so 'good to be the King' when someone's out 
to get you. 



0ast youf thoughts back, 
to last iTionth and you 
wiil remember that we 
left you in Mestophiles' 
chamber with your soul filled with 
evif. Now. in your damned slate 
pick up the tight bulb and walk into 
the next room. Talk to the monk 
between the two chests. He says 
'The Lord be with you'. Operate the 
floor tile nearby and underneath 
you will find a Jatiret wreath. Walk 
to the ieft, operate the second 
floor tile that's hidden beneath a 
book, and take the apple that's 
underneath it. Pull the lever, go 
through the door and operate the 
third floor tile that's hidden 
beneath a book, there you'll find a 
vonish spell. Take this and go to 
the lamp near the knight. Put the 
vanish spell on the floor between 
the knight and the lamp, then put 
the bulb in the lamp. You now have 
access to the piece of paper that 
says Also with you, 

Go and stand opposite the 
nrionk and took at your piece of 
paper. When the chests open take 
the stamina and the flower Go 
back to the place where you found 
the vanish spell and walk down the 
river, making sure to top up your 
stamina when it gets too Jow. At 
the end of the river you'll find the 
'Tomb of the King's Knight Caesar 
Petal', Put the laurel wreslh and 
flower here and take the stamina 





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that appears in their place. 

Insert the door key into the 
locked door beside the monk and 
enter the room where you will 
notice a courtier who has the hic- 
cups, Operate the floor tiSes near 
the pianola, take the rosary beads 
and The firework. Return to the pre- 
vious room and drop the rosary 
beads onto the fountain of confes- 
sion and take the prayer book. 
Drop the book and the apple on 
the 'Tomb of the King's Knight Eve 
Holywords'. Take the stick and go 
back to where you found the 
rosary beads. Explore the passage- 
ways until you find a hole in the 
wall. Insert the stick into it. Pill I the 
lever down and open the door. 
When you walk into this room the 
door locks behind you. Operate 
the two floor tiles in this room and 
take Excalibur and the deflated bat- 
loon. Drop Excaiibur onto the hand 
that's sticking out of the water, 
which then disappears allowing 
you to access a vanish spell and a 
lever that opens a door to get back 
out. Drop the vanish spell between 



the knight and the sweetie jar, then 
take one of the sweets that are 

lying around and put it in the jar. 
Once the knight vanishes you can 
get to the King's watch and the 
piece of paper that says 'I've found 
your watch'. 

Wind power 

Leave the room and go back to the 
fountain where you put the rosary 
beads. There is a wind stone next 
to the fountain. Put the balloon on 
the stone to fill it with air. Put the 
inflated balloon down in front of 
the hiccuping courtier so when it 
bursts, it frightens him enough to 
get rid of the hiccups. He gives 
you a picture of twsns gratitude. 
Put the picture on the fountain of 
Gemini in the room where you 
found EKcatibur. Take the doubie 
action potion. This potion allows 
opens the troublesome door con- 
trolled by two levers near the 
pianola. Now you can get into the 
room where the Baby Prince lies 
peacefully in his cot. When you try 
to take the sun symbol he cries, so 




take the piece of paper which says' 
The baby is crying'. 

Cream cakes 

Leave the room and travel further 
down the passage way. The mor- 
in this room asks you if you repe- 
your sins (of course you don't). T' 
King asks you to tell the Queen ht 
loves her and gives you a rose so 
you can say it with flowers. If you 
give the King his watch he puts it 
on his watch stand but does not 
reward you in any way. Use the 
piece of paper to tell the King the 
baby is crying. When he leaves 
take his watch. When the King 
stands beside the child you can't 
give him the items he asks for. To 
make him return to his place yoL 
have to tell him the tannoy his br: 
ken. Take the door key and night" 
gale before you leave the room. 
Travel up the passageway and fin - 
the locked door that your key 
opens. Inside this room is a 
courtier who seems to be slightly 
deaf and another knight who is 
preventing you from reaching 
some altars near a jewellery bo>i 

Operate the floor tile arid lake 
the cream cake back to the baby'' 
room. Nearby there is a lever ths: 
opens a door into another room 
where .there's a monk who wants 
to be your friend. Also in here is a ] 
machine gun and the 'Tomb of tb 
King's Knight Fawkes Eclair'. Plit 
the firework and cream cake on 
here and take the slimfast potior 

Go back to the room where tr.* 
weighing scales are and drink the j 
potion before standing between 
the two chests. Stand on the 
scales and before you can say 
"Barry Bethel" the chests will or- 
revealing a stick and a paper wit: 
"I love you" written on it. Go bacic| 
to the room where you found 
Excalibur, Insert the stick into the 
hole, operate the lever and enter 
previously unexplored territory. I' 



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■•^'e is a nurse's bag. Put the 
^ntingale on here to get tJie 
' -oat Sojenge, Operate the floor 
' tr and take ttie vanish spell. There 
a shOftcLit between this room 
d the room with the courtier 
"0 can't hear you properly. In the 
I Passage way betweerr the two 
I'rns rs a protection potion which 

- ws you to take the Uux capaci- 
Give the throat lojenge to the 

jrtier wtio has lost his voice. He 
.ards you with a music sheet- 
Altar ego 

-■vn the passageway you wil 
1 a room with four lightning 
" ^rs, a watch stand and a laser 
op the flux capacitor inside the 
■ar and put the prismatic orb on 
altar nearest to the laser Have 
I go with the laser to see if you 
" ve done <t correctly. If you put 

- King's watch on the watch 
.ind then tell the King through 

•; tannoy then the King will come 
.irchlng for it If the watch is 
-•re the King will retrieve it. If the 
■ iitch is missing he leaves, Take 

■''e music sheet and put it on the 
.1 of nails in the room with the 
-ndless monk. Take the music 
set full of holes and put it on the 

D^anola. This opens a chest in the 

'"■<t room which has been hiding 
:.:- soprano potion. You can now 
■g the password to the courtier 
the King's chambers, He opens 
::oor allowing you into the 
. .sen's chambers. The Queen 
LTs you a note tor the King in 
■,jrn for the rose but she appears 

:.j want nothing more than an end- 

"-s supply of chocolate. 
Operate the floor tile and take 

- chest key and pick up the 
ce of jeweiiery from the 
.sen's table. The key fits the 
'.■■St In the same room as the 



nurse's bag. inside is a paintbrush. 
Put the vanish spell down between 
the Knight and the jeweilery box, 
theri put the jeweilery in the box. 
The knight vanishes as he goes 
to take it. You know have access 
to the first emerald altar and the 
potion of repentance which Is 
perched on top of it. Return to 
the monk who wants you to 
repent your sins, drink the potion 
and look at him. When he asks 
you if you repent you reply "Ves", 
He lets you have the white rabbit 
from the chest beside him. Put 
the white rabbit in the hat in the 
same room to open two further 
chests, take the prismatic orb 
and the marksman potion. Before 
you leave give the note to the 
King who rewards you with a 
hearing aid and asks you to bri:iig 
his sceptre. Go and stand behind 
the machine gun, drink the potion 
and operate the gun. This time 
you hit the lever which opens the 
door below you. Open the floor 
tile and take the umbrella. 

Bring the hearing aid to the 
deaf courtier and take the quiet 
potion. Drink this whilst facing the 
courtier who asks you to whisper 
the password. Look at your piece 
of paper wbich says "I love you". 
He opens the locked door. Go into 
the room and take the picture of 
night and day off the floor There is 
also a battery charger in here. Put 
this picture on the fountain of 
opposites in the room with the 
nurses bag. Take the emerald, and 
put It in the emerald altar. Take the 
altar ego potion from the next altar 
Go back to the room with the 
friendless monk, drink the potion 
and talk to him. When you have 
made friends with him take the 
sceptre out of the chest which is 
nearby. Take this sceptre to the 





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King who rewards you with a sov- 
ereign which you put in the King's 
fountain near the weighing scales. 
Take the ankh that appears and put 
it in the fountain of Egypt next to 
the Queen, Take the third emerald 
and put it on the next emerald 
altar. Take the picture of Notre 
Dame which you can pSace on the 
'Tomb of the King's Knight Quasi 
Da Vinci' along with the paint 
brush. You riow have another van- 
ish spell so proceed back to the 
Queen's chamber and find the 
door beil There is a Jocked ctoor 
nearby. Place the spelJ in position 
just outside the door and operate 
the door bell. When the knight van- 
ishes you can now explore the 
roon^ he was guarding. Rljt the 
umbrella on the barometer and 
take the emerald that appears. f\jt 
one of the Queen's bars of choco- 
late In cyanide, and gwe it to the 
Queen. She will stop asking you 
for chocolate, and gives you the 
combination to the chest guarded 
by the monk nearby. Stand in front 
of him and look at 
the numbers m your 
rucksack to open the 
chests. Take the pris- 
matic orb and the 
picture of the holy 
ghost. Drop the 
emerald into the last 
emerald attar, take 
the battery, the van- 
ish spell and the 
numerical potion that 
are behind it. 
Return to the battery 
charger and charge 
the battery before 
putting it in the 
power pack that drives the train. 
The train steams down the track 
and pushes the paternal potion 
into a position where you cart 
reach it. Drink the paternal potion 



and take the sun symbol from the 
princes room. Travel to the room 
where you changed your battery 
and locate the fountain of the 
father which Contains two locked 
doors that prevent you from reach- 
ing a monk. Drink the numerical 
potion and look at the original 
piece of paper take the last pris- 
matic orb and the dnnking vessel. 

The end is nigh 

Qo back to the last remaining 
knight and put the vanish spell 
betvifeen him and the barrel. Put 
the drinking vessel under the 
spout of the barrel and operate the 
tap. When the knight disappears 
take the chest key. Open the chest 
in the baby's room. Take the theo- 
ry of relativity and put it in the 
fountain of Einstein, near the 
barometer. Take the genius potion 
so you can do the IQ test. The 
chest besides it opens and you 
can take the superglue. 

Go back to the room with the 
laser. Put a prismatic orb on each 
lightning altar, pot the watch on 
the floor and put the glue on the 
floor. Tell the King you have found 
his watch through the tannoy then 
wait for him to appear. When he 
walks over to the watch he gets 
stuck in the glue. Operate the laser 
and the King gets fried to a cinder. 

And so we say goodbye to the 
King end the game, VJs hope 
you've enjoyed the game and 
have managed to complete it 
vyith our solution, ■ 



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She flies 

on wings of 

darkest night 

With mby lips and 

deadly bite. 

Yes, it's the girl 

with that ole' black 

magic personality. 

Step right up for 

a bit of advice anc 

a quick nibble of 

your earlobes. 



Indiana Jones 
and the Last 
Crusade 

■ nought this LucasArts Classic 
i^enture collection and I'm 
Bving troubles all over the 
see. IVe aot to the library in 
jnice but which slab is it to 
St undergrouncf? 

' Craig Duttoit, London. 

>t'€nder what they mean when they 
-iiH thins^s a liassic? I auspect it 
mrann something ufkich in geiting vn 
f hii, but it's itill got a bit of life left 
Ji it. By that reckoning I suppose 
Ifm becvimng a hit of a clasnc 
*ti-yeif. (jetting underground is quits 
'- \v ri?al!}\ youjuit need Iv liang 
^""'tiit in graveyards in tlie esriy 
I Aairrf fjfllie inorning and things 
rneralty witrk out tiiat way. 

In this easf you Heed to find your 
*Aff 'i- diary which is found in Sir 
•Bf j' office along with the rest of 
t mail. Once y&u are left alone in 
library, comult the diary and il 
' ihow you a picture of a stained 
ss tvindaw ami mention an 
licription. Search for the window 
'uh the ssme puttern, [pauaing only 
I find a copy ofHiiler's book - 
fein Kampf). 
You i'kould alio grab a steel pole 
' a red cordon rope. When you 
'■ the window yoit mast find the 




correct slab. The inscription is the 
due here. If the book naid, 'second 
on the right' (his meam you should 
examine the pillar im the right and 
look for the second nunther ah it. 
Walk tu the correct ulab and use the 
pete on it to break through. 

tncidentatty, there are many 
ways to finish this game and one 
way involves finding the sticky tape 
which ii stuck on the back of the 
bookease in Henry's house. Push 
the bookcase to find it. Use the 
sticky tape in the jar, hack at I tidy's 
office, to get a key. This key opens 
something dl Henry's house. 



Leisure Suit 
Larty 3 

I have found a sharp knifa. soap, 
beach towel and OKh\{i&. I know I 
have to find a Fat City member- 
ship card in rry divorce papers, 
but I don't know what to do to get 
to that point. Can you help? 

G. Jones, Exeter, 

Can I help? Do bears pooh in the 
woodn? Of coarse I can help. The 
secret is in the knife. First you must 
go to the Casino and sharpert the 
knife on the steps outside. Next go to 
Chip 'jV Dale's and cut the grass 
outside with Ike knife. You can weave 
the grass into a kind of skirt to cover 
Larry's modesty. (It won't need to be 
very big!} 

Finally starch for a piece of 
grandilio wood in the first jungle 
scene afier your house screen. You 
couid nov carve an extremely rude 
piece of native sculpture with 
the knife. 



The Secret of 
Monkey Island 

Please, please help me. IVe 
defeated the S^vordnnasterarvd 
stolen the idol but t can't find the 
treasure anywhere. I've got 1 64 
pieces of eight, minutes, a rubber 
chicken, breath mints, sword, 
shovel, staple remover stewed 



meat, 100% cotton T-shirt, a yel- 
low petal and a map which looks 
like dancing steps. 

Dean McGill, West Vorhs. 

Frpm the overhead map, go to the 
fork in the road. Front here ysu sim- 
ply follow the dance steps an your 
treasure map. It's really quite simple. 
Back is the back of the screen, while 
left and right means that you go off 
the screen in that direction. Y&U ^iU 
eventually come to a screen with an 
*X* drawn on the ground. L'se the 
shovel on the *X' to reveal something 
realty great, then take it l>ack to the 
pirates in the Scumm Bar. 
Incidentally I'll tell you tltat certain 
flowers are used by drug^heads to 
send themselves to 'cuckoo land' so 
be careful what you do with those 
petals you 've found. 

Police Quest III 

Having oeen to the Locker Rooni 
to get my equipment,. I go back to 
the office and find a Computer ID 
Request form. I've no idea what 
to do with it. I've tried putting it 
on desks and in trays, but no luck. 
Please tell me what to do, 

David Parrish, Banbury. 

/ love forms don't you? I especially 
love computer departments vh& 
won't let you use the computers until 
you fill in a request form and then 
you find out that all the forms are 
held on the computers. Does that 
ring a bell with any of you? In this 
case you simply take the lift to the 
third floor and give the memo to the 
Head Technician and he wilt give 
you a computer access card. 



Se<;ret of 
IVkMikey Island 11 

I am having major probtems on 
the last part of this game. Le 
Chuck has just announced that he 
is my brother and 'warped' me 
into the next room. No matter 
what I try to do from there on, he 



finds me and 'warps' me again. 
Please tell me how to get past 
this wretched part of the game. 
RS. I am playing the 'light' level of 
the game. 

Richard Adams, Nuneaton. 

You do realise that the 'light' level is 
for wimps don't you? Well I'm rtol 
surprised that you are having trouble 
with your brother, for after ail, that's 
■what brothers are far. 

There is no easy answer to your 
problem, you simply hat'C to perse- 
vere in what you must do to defeat 
him. It will take time but you must 
go to the storeroom and get the bal- 
loon and the voodoo dolt from 
the bojces. 

Co to the First Aid room and get 
the syringe from the medical drawer, 
the surgical gloves from the trash 
can and your father's skiitl. Go to the 
room with the broken grog machine, 
fill the gloves and balloon with heli- 
um, then press the coin return on the 
grog machine- Wail for Le Chuck to 
appear then give him the hankie. 
Return again to the grog machine 
and press the coin return once more. 
When he bends down get his under- 
pants. Go to the lift and enter. When 
Chuck appears pull the lever. Pick up 
the beard and put it into the bag 
along with the doll, underpants, han- 
kie, and skull. Find Le Chuck, Use 
the syringe on the doll. When Le 
Chucks walks away, follow him and 
pull the doii's teg off. Remove Le 
Chuck's mask. B 



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TREATED 
EARI.Y 
ENOUGH! 




SNIP TIPS 




ivlATT THE MEDIC 
Hello and wefcome 
once again to Snip 
Tips. Thanks for ail 
the letters you've 
been sending in -~ 
keep it up! Don't 
forget, tKere's a 
free Hit Squad 
game for every 
tip printed. 



YO JOE! 

Hudson Soft 

A simpla Cheat for an oddly 
named game this one. Type 'wel- 
traumkakalakerk' to allow vou to 
top up your lives by pressing the 
'}' key. You can atso now Skip lev- 
els by hitting the 'V key. Thanks 
to Dave Taylor for that one. 

UFO: ENEMY 

UNKNOWN 

MicroProse 

A jolly handy tip from M^chaef 
Kelly, especially if you want to use 
any raw materials or money when 
manufacturing items (and who 
wouldn't?) Go to the manufacture 
screen and diek on the item you 
want to produce. When it asks for 
the number of engineers and 
items, leave them both as and 
then 'OK' everything. Mow select it 
from the list of things being pro- 
duced and allocate the number of 
engineers and only produce one 
item. You'll now find that you have 
a brand new item without having 




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spe:ri( any of your precious 
Elerium. Handy eh? 

POPULOUS 2 

Bullfrog 

Someone's sent in a billion codes 
for this excellent game, but 
space doesn't allow for all of 
them, SO here's a small selection 
to keep you going. Also, a nice 
little cheat is to activate lighten- 
ing, hold down the left mouse 
button and key nunnber 'V. Now 
release the mouse button but 
keep 'T held down and the light- 
ening will continue flashing with- 
out draining your mana. Also, try 
typing MUSIC as a special code 
for different music and click on 
the writing that goes around the 
game area for special effects. 
Anyway, those codes ... 

100 ADFEAT 

200 . . L . . OFEKAK 

300 .,,,,,,, ,KElAOAB 

400 _ QUABAG 

500 EGGHAC 

fiOO . , VEE]EAT 

700 IKCCAK 

aOO LDQUAB 

900 . OMUBAG 

9 9 9 WOITAB 

CANNON 
FODDER 1-2 
Virgin 

A right old mixed bag of hints from 
Paul Giles, but I'm sure they'll be of 
use to someone out there! OK. ,.. 
In some of the alien missions you 
have to destroy a fence to pro- 
ceed, This can only be done with a 
tank, but on the Franz Clammers 
Revenge mission, you have lo 
complete a series of jeep jumps in 
order to reach the tank first. This 
will take a lot of practice. 

Another top tip is to let enemy 
turrets blow each other up when 
you're restricted on the amount 
of ammo you have. A good exam- 
ple of this is on phase one of 




A Ttiiifii's a lipt i |tltnl)'((ii CBHitDii Fodder thi; 
nartth. Fmm i«c|i jumf $ tc gf eiadei it'i M \im, 

mission seven, where you have 
to destroy guns after blowing up 
their buildings. 

As with the first Cannon 
Fodder, when you're attacked by 
helicopters, the best tactic is to 
run around in a ■circle until the 
chopper lands,, and then blow it 
up with a rocket launcher. 

On mission 18 there's a four 
star general icon under the sec- 
ond gun turret on the right. Also, 
on the first part of mission 21, you 
can achieve a huge number of 
enemy kills by collecting the 




armoured car on the bottom ' 
of the complex. Destroy all U- 
enemy buildings and vehicles, 
except for the main enemy bi. ' 
ing in the middle of the comp ■ ■ 
Park your armoured car outside 
this building and leave it there, 
where upon the enemy will pro- 
ceed to blow themselves up wif 
hand grenades. If you leave th©r 
doing this for 10-15 minutes, yo- 
end up having a soldier with a 
huge number of kills. 

The final phase of the last m 
sion is by far the easiest of the 
game. It has a group of your s<^ 
diers lined up in a firing squad 
and all you have to do is put tf>«| 
enemy leader out of his misc".'' 
(Paul goes on to explain exat..' 
what happens when you com- 
plete the game, but I won't s[ 
it for you!) 

Sorry folks, but that's all we"--' 
time for. Until next month, keep 
sending in those loverly tips. ■ 



DEATH 


MASK 




Attemative 




Robert Speight earns himself a free bit of Hit Squad software, cour- | 


tesy 


of his mission cheats. Take H away Bobby ... 1 


DEATH IVIASK CHEATS: 




LEVEL CODE LOCATION 


MISSION 


1 


00000 


Entrance 


Go to the exit shown on map 


2 


52385 


Engine Room 


Destroy reactors and escape. 


3 


22420 


Geneiics Lab 


Destroy embryos and escape 


4 


84843 


Briefing Room 


Destroy bad guys and escape- ! 


5 


22087 


Storage Room 


Deactivate mine and escape. 


6 


38641 


Titan Nightclub 


Deactivate mine and escape i 


7 


063^5 


Prison 1 


Find exit. 


3 


33224 


Research Room 


Find exit. 


9 


35527 


Pienal Colony 


Shoot skull poles and aliens. 1 


10 


48962 


Office 


Destroy all aliens and escape- 


11 


65074 


Weapon Room 


Find exit. 


12 


62438 


Transport Bay 


Destroy all robots and escape 


13 


23283 


Security Zone 1 


Find exit 


14 


8532B 


Security Zone 2 


Destroy all robots and escap« ' 


15 


10769 


Alien Cruiser 


Destroy all aliens and escape 


16 


25324 


Spate Research 


Find mine and destroy aliens. 


17 


43542 


Dilithium Refinery Destroy all aliens and exit, I 




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Ami gas rather than just 
the VideoToaster, ReaJ 3D seenis 
to have taken a back seat. 
Hov^es/er, UghtWave definitely 
plays second fiddle to fiest 3D 
when it comes to sheer power. 

The two systenns work in a 
rather different fashion. While 
UghrWave is a surface modeller 
(just like Imagine), Real 3D is a 
solfd modeller. Solid modelling has 
the advantage of being able to cre- 
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modelling, there's no need for 
facets (flat faces} at all. Smooth 
real fife cun/es can be created 
with much less memory but with 
a negative impact on rendering 
time. Realism is the major selling 
point here. 

There are so many different 
techniques that can be added to 
simulate a real live situation that 



Rending improvements 

Rendering times of B-Splines is said to be between two tQ 
10 times faster depending on complexity. This allaws the use 
of splines more often without turning rendering time from 
hours into days. Auto box rendering will create frames by 
dividing the image into a grid and drawing each square sepa- 
ratelv^ as seen in LightWave, reducing memory needs and 
increasing speed. Due to popular demand, render settings 
can now be named and saved out for future re-toading. S bit 
alpha channel output has been added to IFF file rendering 
and finally JP£G saved output has also been added for those 
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we couldn't begin to cover them 
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simulation of photographic side 
effects such as depth of field and 
mot ion blur, along the new lens 
flare feature, previously a trick 
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/tea'/ 3D should now be able to 
handled all those flash Babylon 5 
type scenes with laser bolts, 
glowing engines and copious 
lens flares. These have been a 
long time coming, but they fit 
well into the package, even if 
lens flare is only available as a 
post effects module. You can 
even simulate the sparkly ran- 
dom streaks seen when viewing 
lights in the dark, which is an 
excellent touch. Watching glow- 
ing objects change colour as 
they pass behind coloured 
translucent material is gorgeous. 
The horrible seams that use to 
occur when images were mapped 
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iVIanual override 

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phone book sized volume. 
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Shrmk^^fvrapping 

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model attractive women faith f. 
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Wrap enables you to wrap or^e 
surface around another, either • 
direct contact or with a predete' 
n^ined offset or gap between tr* 
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: iggJes at the possibilities (tnon- 
'5' skin, moving objects witliiri 
•'.oobly bubbles and plenty Mnore}. 

Editor changes 

-C3S 3D has always iimpressed 

■ th its solid objects and skeleton 
■-nctions which are used to realis- 
' li^lly animate mylti-part objects. 
-I'wsver, there was a problem 

. th some bends not behaving as 

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■ female form, Real Soft abided 

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-nd either globally or in specific 
"ses, even for a portion of a 
■nd by picking key spline knotS- 

■ 'i can generate some amazing- 
•y realistic organic like objects. 

Both LightWave and Imagine 
' :-'e a skeletal function known as 
-. :jnes'. Once surfaces are 
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"^ bones will then move the sur- 
-:es. R&3S 3D calls its bones 
•-9letons' and with version 3, 
-V sub-skeletons can be tied to 
- m-ain ones - fantastic, as a 
'■T'plex linnb could be moved at 
-:■ end and the other joints will 
. 'Lite realistically to fit the move- 
"^nt. It's a wonder to behold. 
I he new time line function 
; :ws objects that have been 
: .en a motion path to inherit 
'. ;-nplex movement patterns 
- jsed upon nested tirne lines, A 

ckly oscillating time line 
.'■■jched to a slow ramp will ere- 
re a jerky speeding up and down 
: .'ement along the path, 
J pled with the enhanced skele- 
structure handling and the 
ime powerful H&al 3D kfnemat- 
handling the physics, complex 
tructures can be created and set 
lotion leaving flea/ JD to work 



out 'how it should look when it 
interacts with other objects in 
the scene; walking up a staircase 
for example, 

There are many other changes 
to the editor side of things such 
as being able to define the depth 
of an extruded object with the 
mougifi or by entering values into 
a GUI box. Another new brilliant 
feature is the ability to convert 
solid objects into polygonal mod- 
els allowing them to be exported 
to other packages via some con- 
version utility. That'll make some 
artists ecstatic since realistic 
objects containing many curves 
can he constructed more easily in 
Real 3D and perhaps rendered in 
UghtWsye later. 

Programming 
language 

Real Programming Language goes 
to sho^^ how ridiculously powerful 



New Features 

Here are some of the n«w features 
to ba found in version 3. 

• 2 to 10 times faster B-Spline 
rendering 

• Lens flares 

• Glow for simulations of fire, 
gaaes, lasers etc. 

• Auto box rendering 

• Save/toad r«rider settings 

• 'Shrink-wrap' skin rendering 

• Seam ramiovaf from wrapped 
textures 

« In-built programming language 

• JPEG inputyoiJtput 



the entire package is. This built-in 
programming language loosely 
based on Fourth has been updat- 
ed for version 3, RPL programs 
can now be placed in Real 3D' z 
own 'S' directory to be activated 
automatically upon start up, and 
RPL creations can have their own 
graphic interface too. 

Most users would steer clear 
of the complexity of RPL but 
there's plenty of power behind 
such a system if the inclination is 
there to use it. 

Steep 
leartfing curve 

Real 3D' ^ steep learning curve 
hasn't improved at all with this 
version. Most of the operational 
changes are more shortcuts and 
features. It'll still take three times 
as long to learn how to drive Real 
3D as LightWave . 

The biggest problem is that 
unlike LightWave, the entire inter- 
face used to construct the 3D 
objects and scenes has to be 
arranged by the user. This may 
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fectly smooth sphere 
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glass object, then fly- 
ing m a sheet to cover 
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hole you'd have your 
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you'd probably need days oh end 
and at least 64Mb of memory. 

Once you've learned the com- 
plexities of Real 3D, the nesft 
step is weeding out unnecessary 
features in your scenes to avoid 
bloating rendering times dramati- 
cally. Wire frame previews of B- 
Spline objects take ages to draw 
even on a 25MH; 68030 or so. To 
use Real 3D on a low to medium 
power CPU you'd need to use 
plenty of quick boxes to avoid 3 
minute redraws and many hours 
for simple renders. 

If you take your rendering seri- 
ously enough to want to spend 
£400 on a rendefing package. 
some kind of 68040 accelerator 
would be essential. Even then it 
would be easy, adding motion 
blur, splines and glowing objects, 
to create a simple picture that 
would take a week to render. 

This package is tricky so you 
should allow at least a solid 
unproductive week to get to 
grips with it. 

An absolute beauty of a beast, 
all Amiga users out there should 
be as proud of this as they are j 
of LightWave. ■ 
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expensive than their IDE counter- 
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problem with their Multimedia 
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a feat previously impossible due to 
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porting ihe necessary standard. 
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software called ATAPI, which ACS 
are selling with the Multimedia 
Station and as a separate software 
package with a lot of other utilities, 

Four IDE drives 

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software that allows you to plug an 
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Amiga. Malting its debut on PD 



while in testing, the package has 
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bundle containing the ATAPI driver. 
Cache CD RIe System 2, IDE-fix, 
CD32 Emulator and the PlayCD 
audio disk player 

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available to complement the soft- 
ware - most importantly the A1 2O0 
adapter and a four-drive adapter 
cable, giving the Amiga access to 
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face (rather than the standard 2). 
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installer utility. The lD£-fi>t manual 
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with good documentation. 
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no lengthy waits fof CDs to spin 
up to fetch the next directory. The 
CD32 emylation program worked 
on around 50% of games we test- 
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ICS have constructed what they 
refer to as thei Multimedia Station, 



Here's the price list to choose from 

With Dual Speed CD drive. 
Option 2^ With Quad Speed CD drive. 
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ware lying at the heart 
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mini tower with the 
necessary cables termi- 
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that pokes out a few 
inches from the base. 
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be plugged into the 
A1200'slDE Bockat on 
the motherboard. 
which then connects to 
the socket on the 
tower case- 
Unfortunately .this 
means the tower must 
sit tight against the left 
side of the A 1200 key- 
board as there isn't 
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reach further. In praiCtice the tower 
may crowd your left hand when 
typing, There's iust enough space 
for a Squirrel interface in the PCMk 
CIA slot but it's a tight fit. 

The Multimedia Station comes 
with a two-way power board 
which allows you to plug in the 
Amiga power supply and the moni- 
tor, and turn on the wtiole thing 
from a single switch on the tower. 
If you buy the tower with a hard 
drive, ICS will install the software 
for you . If you just go for a bare 
tower case, you get the software 
on floppies, Mitsumi CD-ROMs are 
known to work according to the 

documentation with the 
ATAPI device. For 
around E30C you could 
take the tower option 
and fit it with a O.SGb 
hard drive and a 
Mitsumi CD-ROM 
drive, Mitsumi CD- 
ROMs are cheap and 
known to work well 
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Which option is best for yc 
depends on how confident yoi- ' 
with a screwdriver The Multirrt-.--. 
Station lacks a little polish but . 
good system and when couple " 
with the BMceilent software rep ' ~ 
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Genlock B 

■ Price: £352 ■ Developer: Lola ■ Supplier: Lola (t) 0858 433 501 

Mixing titles with video tapes always meant Kaving to 
accept substantial quality loss, not any more ... 



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ne of the first realities 
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productiori is tiiat each 
■e you copy your master tape 
' r? quality degrades and to mix 
: es with video tape means 
aking a copy. 

S-VHS or Hi-8 equipment, witli 
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.I90-8 gear when it comes to 
iiying. But to get the best from 
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C cabling and that means getting 
■'■■■C capable genlock, Thankfully, 
' ; lowing on fron^ their successful 
' -jOO genlock, Lola have riow 
- -ijased the £299 L2000 complete 
• th Y/C capability. 

Fine detail 

■ ttle larger than a standard VHS 
r^iSette, the L2000 is powered by 
•separate nnains unit, There are 

'■'ee video inputs' ¥/C, composite 
d Amiga RBG. The co^mbined 



Amiga and video image is output 
through both Y/C and composite 
connections and there's an RBG 
pass-through for monitoring the 
graphics on a separate screen. 

Hoobng up the unit to your 
Amiga couldn't be simpler as Lola 
have thoughtfully fitted different 
connectors for the computer and 
monitor leads anid the manual pro- 
vides excellent instructions for 
connecting up your video gear. 

The Y/C channels use standard 
mini-diri sockets, while the com- 
posite video Input and output use 
BNC connectors. BNC to phono 
adaptors are supplied for those 
with phono-orientated set-ups, 
although the BMCs will give better 
results. This fine attention to detail 
goes as far as them aSso providing 
a small screwdriver to tighten the 
screws on the BNC sockets. 

Both the Y/C and Composite 
inputs can be connected at the 
same time, but the unit always 
uses the Y/C Input if there Is a V./C 



signal present. This is handy if you 
have Y/C and composite video 
sources, as both can be connected 
with the genlock automatically 
sensing which is in use. An LED 
highlights the operative one. 

Tfie L20O0 fully transcodes the 
video, so irrespective of the input, 
both V/C and Composite outputs 
are usable. Even if you are using 
composite video at the moment, 
owning this type of genlock will 
serve you well if you later upgrade 
any of your video equipment. 

Pure quality 

You can switch between any pf the 
three genlock modes via indepen- 
dent push buttons. The video only 
and Amiga graphics only modes 
are self estplanatory. The third 
mode. Key on, replaces colour 
{normally the background colour) 
in your graphics with the video pic- 
ture All the Switches are glitch 
free so you can instantly jun^ip 
from one mode to another without 
it creating any problems with your 
recording. Each of the switches 
also spofts an LED to confirm 



Composite vs^C 

Video dacks such as VMS or 
Video-8 fiiniS pidture infor- 
mation along a single com- 
posite lead. ThiSh can causes 
problems such as 
crDss-colour disturbance. 
S-VHS or Hi-8 can use a Y/C 
lead which keeps the ffolour 
flnd brightness cotriponertits 
at the video separate, thus 
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which mode is operational. 

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The first allows you to either fade 
your graphics up into the video, or 
cross fade between graphics only 
and viideo only, depending on 
which of the key switches is 
pressed. The second slider fades 
the entire output to black. These 
sliders are well balanced and very 
smooth In operation. 

What really matters though is 
how it performs. Here the 12000 Is 
unlikely to disappoint. Video is 
passed through without any signs 
of degradation. Graphics are sharp 
with very littte evidence of dot 
crawl, and smearing of COiours is 
kept to a minimum. Overall It pro- 
duces very pleasing results. 

Everything about the L200O 
oojes quality, from its build to the 
smoothness of operation. For the 
money, Lola's L2000 produces 
quality output and is top value. ■ 
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PRODUCT TEST 



MultiData 

650Mb Optical 




■ Price: £644, £599 (internal drive) ■ Developer/Supiiliers : Fourtli Level Developments 
<D 0117 985 4455 ■ E-Mail: sales@fleveLdemon.cojk 

Waahaay! 650IVIb worth of storage in one dual 
purpose optical drive. 



Ohings ar& hotting up in 
the storage stakes, 
The SyQuest monop- 
oly has been busted 
apart ^ith the arrival of cheaper 
and more reliable mass storage 
solutions. Just took at our storage 
feature, this month, for proof of 
that, The MultiData 650Mb opti- 
cal, based on Panasonic's oddly 
named 'PD' drive, is just one of 
the options available. 

MultiData handles CDs just like 
any other CD-ROM except for the 
fact it's a quad speed unit, capa- 
ble of shifting over 600 K/s off the 
prolffic silver disks. Alternatively, 
just pop a magenta coloured car- 
tridge into the MultlData's dual pur- 
pose platter and it turns into a 
650Mb read/write optical drive. 
If you buy this from Fourth Level 
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as well. 

MO-Miga 

The MO'Mfgs software is incredi- 
bly complex and offers lots of 
advantages over conventional 
hard drive prep ping. Mo-Miga 
autorriatically handles assigns 
when the device is removed and 
reinserted. It dismounts all the 
assigns to that cartridge when it 
IS ejected and reinstates them 
when the cart is reinserted. The 
direct upshot is that you could 
leave software in situ and run 
from the cart direct. The read 
limes of the unit are perfectly 
acceptable for this kind of use. 
The actual cart prepping software 
is nothing short of brilliant, The 
carts can easily have partitions 
deleted and replaced 
with new ones without 
losing any data on the 
rest of the disk. 
The control and 
encryption side of the 
software also deserves 
a mention. It's actually 
possible to force peo- 
ple to log on to using 
the cart in question 
providing they are run- 
ning the same soft- 
ware. From there you 
may control exactl':^ 
who can do what, 
where and amazingly 
when, wfth the cart. 
Directly aimed at 'data " 
b^f post', it would be 
possible to create a 
newly formatted cart 
and post on to person 
X. He would then only 



have access to the 
cart between a certain 
time frame when it 
must be passed on to 
person Y. What each 
person would have 
access to or even see 
on the cart is con- 
trolled by the creator. 
Access can even be 
given by some users 
30 that they may 
change what access 
others users have. 
Confuse you? It did 
me and I'm stiti thinking of appli- 
cations for this idea. Thankfully, 
unlike SyQuest cartridges, these 
carts are alleged to be niuch 
more robust so as the prospect 
of posting 650M!b of data on a 
regular basis seems like a 
viable option. 

As well as Mo-Miga software 
you also get AFS thrown in when 
you buy from Fourth Level 
Developments. The access time of 
the drive is very slow compared to 
hard drives and AFS improves per- 
formance times greatly. Formatting 
with various file systems is also 
made easier with Mo-Miga. 



















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out of the range of the home 
Such users would be better off 
with the faster and cheaper Zip 
drive anyway, MultiData is good] 
value in terms of cost per 
megabyte. The cartridges costi 
whopping f 50 each but consic 
ing that's onlv7,7p per 
Megabyte and Zip media is K 
per Megabyte, it's actually pre 
darn good ■ 
Mat Bettinson 



CD 



'Writing at around 350KB per sec- 
ond and reading at SESK/s accord- 
ing to Disks peed 4.2, speed is not 
MultiData's main claim to fame (I 
just had to say that). However, it's 
fast enough to be quite usable as 
a shovel device if not as scratch 
pad storage, in this light, the drive 
is aimed at people aiming to store 
large quantities of data and possi- 
bly transport that data. In this 
case, the high price tag may well 
be justified though the unit is well 



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Price: £399.95 ■ Developer: Sonnet Technologies ■ Supplier: Bittersoft © 01908 261466 



,'An overclocked accelerator could 
improve perfornrtance beyond belief. 
Sonnet Doubler nearly makes It. 



Occelerating the Amfga 
to rnodern day com- 
puting speeds is an 
expensive business. 
evioyslv, tlie cheapest 68040 
celerator for tine A4000 cost in 
cess of £750. That's before 
J even get started with extra 
emorv and the like- 
Obviously there's a real need 
'or realistically priced accelera- 
■.m and this is where US based 
:onnet Technologies have come 
-'. Targeted at A4000/40s only, 
'"6 Sonnet Doubler replaces 
•-e 25MHz 69040 CPU on the 
A3640 CPU card present in 
A4000/40S with a daughter board 
■irien^bly that plugs into the old 
j040's socket. 

Overclocked 

'he Doubler has its own 68040 
. ocked at 50MHz. This is sus- 
: set because 50MHz 68040s 
■ aven't yet been produced bv 
"/otorola since they moved onto 
■■^e 6B060 for the necessary tech- 
-ologv for such speeds. So the 
'^:8040 is evidently 'overclocked'. 
.\'inoyingly, the actual chip speed 
"Sting has been covered with a 
black blob of glue. This is out of 
order as the part couW be a 
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Hot air worries 

The overclocked 68040 poses a 
problem as the stock 25MHz part 
already has a heatsink. Sonnet 
Technologies have pulled out all 
the stops to tr/ to cool the CPU. 
On top of the CPU there is a Psltier 
Effect heat pump. Passing current 
through this component will make 
one side cool and the other hot. 
Often used in solid state fridges, in 
the Doubler the cool side is placed 
on the CPU and the hot on a large 
heatsink assembly on top. Rnally a 
small cooling fan tops off the unit. 

The heatsink can get very hot 
indeed and you ca.n actually feei 
hot air being passed out of the 
unit. I was worried that the unit ' 
would fail inside our A4O00 with 
the office temperature soaring to 
30-1- degrees in the heat of sum- 
mer. So, not wanting to risk it, 1 left 
the case off for much of the test- 
ing. In norrfial ambient tempera- 
ture conditions I presume the unit 
will be fine but with no ambient air 
temperature ratings provided with 
the Sonnet Doubler this is a very 
real concern. Fortunately, iit's cov- 
ered by a year's warranty. 

The Sonnet Doubler does pro- 
vide a healthy performance boost 
though it's definitely not twice the 
stock A40O0/40's speed. One rea^ 
son for this is the infa- 
mous crippled memory 
bus interface on the 
4000 and 3640 CPU 
board combination, 
Some activities are 
hardly affected at all 
with the CPU being 
clocked at 50MH2 but 
the memory access 
remaining at 25MHz. 
However, since the 
68040 has a large 6K 
cache, any progran-is 
running within this area 
will run at the full 
speed capability of the 
50MHz 68040. Very 
fast indeed. This can 





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give misleading bench- 
marks. For example, 
Syslnfo's CPU bench- 
mark code fits entirely 
in the cache and so a 
staggering result is 
returned. However, the 
more comprehensive 
benchmark program 
AIBB can test many dif- 
ferent aspects of the 
machine's performance 
including memory speed. Here we 
can see the weakness of the 3640 
and Sonnet Doubler combination 
on many tests. The machine didn't 
feel much faster with the DoubSer 
in place though that's mainly the 
AGA chip-set holding back the 
machine's display as usual. CPU 
intensive tasks did get a good 
boost but some activities such as 
archiving with LHA or LZX hardly 
changed at all, obviously due to 
the heavy memory bus access of 
these programs. 

Selling limbs 

The Sonnet Doubler is good value 
for money if you compare it to an 
expensive new 6S040 based 
accelerator and believe the 
Syslnfo benchmarks. However, as 
we've seen the Syslnfo bench- 
marks are not a true representa- 
tion of its capabilities. 

Coming with only a single pho- 
tocopied sheet of instructions and 
a CPU extraction tool, the Doubler 
is not great value for money at a 



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unit for the new Amiga 40001/60 
begins. It would be my recom- 
mendation to either lash out on a 
accelerator board that offers more 
or stick with the stock machine 
unless you really feel that an extra 
50% performance or so is essen- 
tial and your budget only stretches 
this far. ■ 
Mat Bettinson 



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sion 3.1- Confused by a)l these 
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Wfien released iate iastyear, 
PSgeStresm 3 turned out to be a 
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sion. While PageStre3fn 2 will run 
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Amiga, one without a hard drive 



course, but I wouldn't recqmrnend 
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1200, it was a tad slow. 

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its support files. Add those to the 
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disk space for a minimum install 
and 1 2Mb plus for ail the files in 
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of features now found in 
PageStream 3, 



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hardware or perhaps sounds a bit daunting, what other 
options do you have? First up, there's PacfeStr&sm's old 
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Pfofessionat Draw 3 which appeared on CU Amiga's June 
cover disk. Priced at £49.95 {Ui Publishing OtBOS 37O230). 
one of ProPage's principle features is that it lets you send 
drawings back and forth between itself and ProDraw 3. It 
also comes with a 200 page 0!Y book to leach you about 
DTP using ProPage. 

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Final Writer. These are starting to get more and more DTP 
like features as each upgrade conies and goes. They also 
have many features like thesauruses and grammar checkers 
not found in PageStream or ProPage. Final IVrrter (Softwood 
Europe (£74.95, tel: 01773 836 781) has iust been upgraded 
to version 4 and now has a grammar checker among other 
things. Wordworth 3 l£69, Digita International 01395 270 
273) meanwhile is also being upgraded and although nothing 
has been made public yet, I can assure you it's going to 
make a big splash when released. 



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bit tough. Unlike ver- 
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use, PageStTBam 3.1 
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it might be bewildering 
for a casual user. 

Made up of word 
processor, paint pro- 
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age as well as page 
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PageStream 3. J 'is set 
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called BME and another program 
called PageLiner for editing text. 
That's not all. Many of you' will 
have heard of Art Expfession, a 
drawing package published by 
Soft-Logik that was recently dis- 
continued. The reason it disap- 
peared off the shelves, was 
because Soft-Logik are busy plac- 
ing many of Art Express/on' i fea- 
tures in PageStreafn 3, We took a 
look at 3.0i the forerunner for 
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impressed by what we saw. 

Flexible friend 

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bility of it all. From creating a 
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options, For the power user who 
wants this level of functionality, 
PageStream 3. 1 may well be the 
ultimate publishing tool when it's 
finished, Yet for those wtio are 
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PageStream 3.1 may also be a 
right handful to start off with. But 
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expected at this end of the market 

The key to PageStreartj 3.J's 
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text and graphics. Looking at text 
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fonts and Soft-Logik's outline 
fonts, PageStteam 3. 1 can also 
make use ot True Type fonts 
thanks to one of the many extern* 
filters/extensions that are available 
as extras, Text effects is another 

optional feature. It may) 
be considered a bit 
gimmicky by many, bulj 
I've always believed 
that the more tools you j 
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useful is PageStream 3. Vs text 
editor called Pageiinsr. This mini 
word processor lets you edit large 
aiTiounts of text in a program ded- 
icated to word cmnching. Just like 
the Article Editor in Professional 
f^ge. you can swop text back and 
forth between PageStream 3. 1 
and PageUner. as and when you 
need to change something. Text 
can also be checked for spelling 
mistakes, and bits and pieces cut 
and pasted in an environment 
where such tasks can be accom- 
plished quickly. All I ask is for 
Soft-Logik to let me hide the for- 
matting, codes, as it makes an arti- 
cle confusing to edit. 

Page layout 

Orte featuce which iVe missed on 
the Amiga for a long time, was 
being able to easily place text in a 
shape. So rnany documents con- 
tairiing short pieces of text, could 
be livened up simply by plaicing 

1 the text in the shape of an object. 

iLefs say you're designing a leaflet 

I about & telephone service. With 

I PageStfesfT} 3. ? . you can create a 
drawing in the shape of a tele- 

[phone and then insert texl into 

[that drawing. 

Which leads me to graphics. 

[Armed with PageStream 3. f, not 



only can you import a 
variety of graphics for- 
mats, but they can be 
exported as well. For 
me though. 
PsgeStream's 3. 1 
greatest graphics fea- 
ture is its ability to 
create and edit struc- 
tured drawings. So 
many people prefer to 
work with structured 
drawings because of the excel- 
lent printed quality you get, that 
a drawing package is always a 
necessity. Most of you already 
have one as ProDraw 3 appeared 
on a recent CU Amiga cover disk. 
Though it seems to work best 
with PmPege. 

W\Vr\ An Expression gone, 
there isn't a sister drawing pro- 
gram for PageStream 3 any more, 
but then that doesn't matter too 
much because you get all the 
necessan^ drawing and editing 
tools included with the program. 
This enables you to 6o most of 
what Aft Expression was capable 
of, without having to have Art 
Expression. One of the lew func- 
tions missing in 
PsgeStream f rom /4/T 
Expression, is text on a 
curve, but with the 
optional Text Effects' 
filter, that too has been 
taken care of. 



Expected highlights of version 3.1 



AII-in-on« page lav^uti bitmap editor, word procAsaing 

and drawing package 

Powerful text formatting featur«» $ueh as a dual 

togging system 

Integral Pantone colour catalogue 

Text Effects (optional} 

Word^vorth document Import Filter (optional] 

Flexible font support 

ARexx 

Gradient fills for objects 

Extensive manual end on-line help 

Import PageStream 2 and Pro Page documents 

Multiple documents open at onca (memory permitting^ 

High-end professional options for colour output 

Superb Edit palette 



itself and PageStream 3. ? . Not for 
the first time have I wanted to 
crop an image after importing it 
onto my page. With PageStream 
3,1, this and much more can be 
done vJithout any tears. You might 
for example, print your document 
and decide a picture lacks a cer- 
tain something. With BME. that 
something can be added very eas- 
ily providing you have plenty of 
memory. One of the Amigas I 
tested PsgeStream 3.0i with, has 
only 7f\/1b of memory and where- 
as for normal use that amount is 
fine, running PsgeSlream 3. Oi and 
BME at the same time, soon used 
it all up. 

BME can be'run on its own 
though, enabling you to crop, 
add effects, colourise and scale 
pictures without having to reach 
for another image processor or 
paint program. Sharing data with 
other applications that don't 
come with PageStream is also 
possible thanks to PageStream 
3.1'^AReMx support. 

As someone who makes a liv- 
ing from DTR producing the 
Amiga publishing magazine Em 
and books like Digita 
International's Wordwonh 
Companion, PageStream 3. if will 
be a blessing when Soft-Logik 
have fully sorted ft. 



Nothing bad 

The only negative things I could 
come up with are PageStream 
S.Ors price and its state of readi- 
ness for the market. Many Amiga 
owners who do the odd bit of DTP 
might find the price too high. 
That's not a criticism because this 
is a powerfui program packed with 
features and I don't expect such 
power to be cheap in Amiga 
terms. As for its state of readiness, 
the version I have is a bit rough 
around the edges, but then it is a 
beta copy so bear that in mind in 
relation. to the comments made. 

The version to wait for is 3.1. !f 
that has all the promised features, 
(and only a few are now missing in 
3.01) and Soft-Logik can speed it up 
so you don't spend all day waiting 
for some functions to complete 
their tasks, PageStream 3. ? will be 
ready and waiting to dean up. 
Soft-Logik do, however, still have a 
way to go before it's a hundred 
percent reliable but having seen 
the advances Scft-Logik have 
made in the last 10 months, it 
shouldn't be too long before we 
have the first killer DTP application 
on the Amiga. M 
Lanrv Hickmott 



litjmap 
diting 

Almost as significant 

as all these drawing 
tools, is BME. a pro- 
gram for editing 
bitmap images and 
sending them back 
and forth between 




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I Aminet 7 

lEach volume of the Aminet series is not qtiite 
la wliole new set of files, but tine majoritv of 
I data is either completely new or updated ver- 
Is ions of previously published files. Aminet 7 
[boasts 500Mb of brand new material, The 
[files are split into a number of categories; 
I business software, comms, demos, develop^ 
1 ment tools, disk tools, documents, games, 
I graphics software, hardware related utilities. 
I miscellaneous, modules, music software, text 
[software, utilities and images. Images is the 
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Alm.ost all the files (apart from a few 
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AMOS i£ still a 
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The AMOS PD 
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This is just trie thing to give this monttis ,, 
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Tonv Horgan 

deoides what's 

hot and what's 

below freezing 

in this selection 

of offerings 

from the 

Public Domain. 



Pioture Book 

AGAdemo 

Best known for the classic Big T^me 
Sensuality demo. Axis are back with tliis 
quietly confident four-disk production. Low- 
slung funky drums and lazy tunes hetp 
mask the fact that there's really not that 
mucil going on in the visual department. 
Most of the graphics are standard demo 
fare, but it's tied together extremely neatfy 
with lots of swish details, making it well 
worth checking out. 

Available from: Freestyle PD, 108 Woodside 

Wftv. Short Keath, Wiilenhall, West Mict- 

lands WV12 5NH. Tel: 

L«J> II 01922 710 985 Price- 
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Baygon 

AGA demo 

Melon Dezign tahe a 

trip back to the 70s 
with Bav9on and turn 
out another batch of 
pastel-tinted psyche- 
delia wfth plenty of 
original effects. 
Backed by a repetii' 
tive rap of "Let's go i 
back to school to 
the old school" and a erunchy hip hop break, it's a relief 
from the banging techno of the competition. 

Avaitable from: Freestyle PD 
108 WoodsideWav, 
Short Heath, 

Wrllenhall. West 
Widtands WV12 
5NH. Tel, 01922 710 
985 Price: £1 plus 
50p P + P 




Planet M 

AGA dcwno 

The second demo 
from Melon this 
month offers another 
sequence of bright 
inventive graphics and 
music, this time of a 
more technoid persua- 
sion, plop-art cartoon 
graphics are mixed up 
vvith doctored digitised 
stills and animations. 
Anyone offended by 
naked v/omen should steer clear, 
although sex isn't a predominant 
theme. Melon manage to combine 
cutting edge routines with some real 
low tech effects and get away with it 

Available frorrt: Freestyle PD, 
108 Woodside Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhari, We^t Midlands WV12 5NH 
Tel: 01922 710 985 
Price: £1 plus 50p P-hP. 




Martial Morphers 

game 

I makes you wonder why they bother some- 
times Martia/ Morphers is an attempt at a 
karate beat em up. but must surely rank as 
one of the worst ever to appear on our I 

faii/ourite computer. I 

Take the graphics for example. Mo$t peo- 
ple would expect to draw a serjes of animations frames for each 
move, but not these guys. They've drawn a few key frames, and 
then Lfsed something like DPaint to morph the frames in between! 
Try a high kick, and you'll notice the character's head splitting in 
half, as one side of the body peels off to form the out- stretched leg 



Available from: Fl 
Lice nee ware. SI 
Wellington Road 
Exeter. Devon EX2 
9DU Tel: 01352 493 
580, Price: £399 
including P-!-P 
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Rebellion 




Rebellion harks back 
to the days when Jeff 
Winter ruled with his 
simple but super-fast 
slioot 'em upS- This 
isn't nearly as pol- 
ished as a Minter production, but it's got 
the speed and simplicity- All you do is 
thrust around a two dimensional area of 
space, zapping aliens and picking up the 
good guys. Good fun, 

Available front: Fre«stvle PD, 108 
Wofidside Way, Short Heath, Will en ha It, 
West Midlands WV1Z 5NH, Tel: 01922 710 
985, Price: £1 piusSOp P+R 




Diskmags 

Radar 

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by the Pennine Amiga Club is aimed at iust 
about all Amiga users, it covers commer- 
cial and PD software. It includes reviews of 
Final Writef2, Lightw8\^e 3.5, PaggSetter 3, 
Dreamweb &nd Bfoodnet. There are also 
solutions for Legends of Vsfotir, Ween, 
Cufse of Bncbantia, Darkseed, Ftreforce, 
Gobfffis 2 and KGB. A good place to start if 
you want to get into an Amiga club. 

Available f mm: 

Steven Parker, Hillfool, 51 Station Road, 

Baildon, Shipley, 

West Yorks, BD17 

6HS, Tel: 01274 585 

332. Pric«: £2 plus 

sop P + R 



issue 6 

7h9 Word is a more slick affaif than Radaf. 
em-ploying demo coder techniques to give 
the articles a bil of extra sparkle. The arti- 
cles vary in subject from Amiga and demo 
scene gossip to anything the compilers 
want to go on about. The addition of non- 
Amiga features gives you 3 chance to take 
a break from reading through screens of 
text explaining what Escom should do and 
how everyone else in the world thinks they 
could do better. An entertaining read. 

Available from; 17 Bit Software, Ist 
Floor Offi(;e$, 2/8 Market Street, 
Wakefield, WFI IDH. Te): 019^4 386 982. 
Price: £1 plus 50p P+R 



Assassins 241 

game compilation 

Lode Runner is the star of this three-game 
compilation from Assdssins. Unlike many ■ 
other 'classics' that leave you wondering 
what you saw in them all those years ago, 
Lode Runner is still highly addictive and this 
is a particularly accurate conversion, essen- 
tial for platform fans. There's also a good 
version of the card gamje 'pairs' witti cute 
cartoon graphics, in which you have to find 
matching pairs of cards using as few move: 
as possible, The disk is rounded off by a 
version of Shanghai. Definitely one of the 
better Assassins disks. 



Available from: Seasoft, f^artello 

Enterprise Centre, Courtwick Lsne, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 

7PA. Tel: 01903 850 378. Disk no ASI 241, Price: £1 plus 50p P+R 




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Artcore 

AGA slideshow 

H this was just a normai slideshow it would 
be pretty good, but it's made even better 
by the novel method of selecting the pic< 
tures. You walk around ^ Doom-sty[e 3D 
gahery using the mouse ^nd then when vou 
see a picture you like, a c Ire k of the button 
brings it up on screen in all its high resolu- 
tion gloty Some of the pictures are amai- 
■ngly detailed, most of them fotlovving the 
familiar fantasy themes of monsters, war- 
rJCMfs and nude women. 

Available from: Freestyle PD, 
lOS Wood side Way, Short Heath, 

'.V^tlenhaJS, West Midlands WV12 5NH. 
-'ice: £1 plus50pP-R 




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Dark 
Angel 

game 

Looks good doesn't 
it? It almost is, but 
sadly it doesn't 
quite make it. As 
you've probably 
guessed from the 
graphics. Dark Angef 
is a F/ashback deriv- 
ative, However, Dark 
Angel suffers from a 
terminal lack of 

speed. As you watk off the screen, the next one is loaded from 
disk, This only takes a few seconds, but fills the game with con- 
stant interruptions. This becomes a particularly arnioyiria' problem 
when you're faced with an enemy that shoots you the moment the 
screen is loaded, which is totally unfair. 

The unresponsive controls a.dd to the f rustratioji- If this was re- 
programmed {maybe with Bfit2 Basic] so as to increase the speed, 
it could well be a decent little game. 



Available from: 
17 Bit Software, 
1st Floor Offices, 
2/8 Market Street, 
Wakefield WF1 
1DH. Tel: 01924 
366 982. 
Price: £1 plus 
5€pP+R 





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Listen up all you aspiring 
demo creators out there. A 
demo oompelition is being 
held on the 21st of October 
199S at the Gibbet Nill 
Refectory, University of 
Warwick, Coventry. 

There will be prize money 
for the b^st demo, music 
and graphics. 

The Digital Candy BBS is 
sponsoring the event, which 
is open to both Amiga and 
PC users. 

Entry is £10 in advance^ 
£12 on the door and in an 
attempt to get some women 
down there, £5 for female 
demo makers. 

So get busy and if you 
would Tike more information 
contact Robert King, Digiilal 
Syposium, 20 Providence 
Way, Baldock, Herts $G7 
6TT. Tel; 01462 491 553. 
Email: silk b dcs, Warwick. 
ac.uk or WWW: http://vvww. 
dcs, Warwick . ac .u ky ~ si I k/ i nd 
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Excellent Card Gaines 3 
AGA 

card games 

If you like & game of 

cardSj you won't 

want to be without 

this, the latest in the 

Excellent Card 

Games series. It 

comes complete with 

five different games; 

Poker; Cldnr\s: 

Colours; Scottisft and 

Napoleon. Each 

game comes with 

instructions, and 

those games that require extra players have com puter-cont rolled 

opponents. 

Unlike some shoddily programmed card gameSj this one is 

impressively sfick and highly playable. The full version !£14.99) 

allows yow to play without the interruptions of registration boxes 

cropping up. 

's^v'^f- Available from: 

Online F*D, 
1 The Cloisters, 
Halsall Lane, Form by, 
Liverpool L37 3PX. 
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utility collection 

There are 14 utitities or} the disk, /cori fmsge f.OBlsa 
tool for renewing icon graphics. Easy WB 7.2 allows 
yQii to drag data files onto an icon, which automatical- 
ly launches the relevant application. FuHbench gives 
your Workbench screen an extfa centimetre or so by 
removing the menu bar from the display until the right 
mouse button is pressed. 

Wasted Time 7. Ic lets you know how much time 
you've wasted' (used) since you last booted your 
Amiga. CfearRAM J. .07 deletes everything fronn the 
RAM: disk except disk. info. EWy T and Clipboards. HD 
Sleep turns off your hard drive motor (but didri't do 
anything to ours}. Make fast converts Chip RAM to 
pseudo Fast RAM for compatibifity with certain pro- 
grams. CsfCtock 1.0 is B neat clock and calender com- 
bination. Smart Copy 1.4 copies files from a hard drive 
onto multiple floppies, allowing multi-selec- 
tions greater than a single floppy capacity. 
Chunkh ?. i9 is a hex editor that leaves the file's 
contents formatted according to its type. f/!t 
2.0 '\i another intelligent file copy utility. 
Cybernetic Attorney ?.(? is a collection of legal 
documents. Drop 'n Act is a file viewer/ player 
utility All Workbench users should find a few 
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trollors (Interplay 2.0, CDTV Playf.^r 2.1 and 
CD Pkiyur 1.01, n sample ripfitir that scans 
rttw i\»ia fron> disks, and MiitiPkiy, n i^ninll 
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Available from: Seasoft, Unit 3, 

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MuitiviSJOn 9 and although each one 

may only ha^e one or two features 
[that you find useful, together 

they're a handy set. 
ArtPRO 0.87 \s a simple image 

file converter with a few processing 
pools. It loads and saves the basic 

Amiga-friendly formats and has 
[some handy realtime colour balance 

controls that act directly on the screen palette [apart from in HAM 
[mode). D-Pix f. Ms a clever program that uses anti-afias routines to 

je-plxefate expanded graphics, which it does in just two coiours, 

^0 it's useful for DTP clipart in particular. This version has the Load 
'option disabled. ChipRIp is a standard graphics ripper, GFXCon 7.4 
i is an accomplished image file converter vvith a few processing 
I tools, and GIF to IFF 2.0 converts GIF rmages to IFF 

Available from: Sea soft. Unit 3, Martello Enterprise 
Cetitre, Courtwick Lane, iittlehampton. West Sussex, 
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French Tutor 

language education 

The PD version of French Tutor is unfortunately limited 
to just a few vocabulary lists in the form of a Hyperbook 
document. The best part is the brief quiz, but there's 
stil! not enough on offer to tempt the casual French stu- 
dent to register to the full program. A French-English 
dictionary migiht be more useful . 

Available from: On Line PD, 1 The Cloisters Halsall 
Lane, Formby, LiverpooJ, L37 3PX. Tel: 01704 834 35. 
BBS: 01704 834 &83. Disk no, OU179. Price: 75p plus 
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Yet another collection from the 
Assassins brings more obscure 
tools- Jonathan Polter'S OSK 1.2 
(on-screen keyboard) could be a 
lifesaver if your keyboard ever 
fails. It draws a keyboard in & win- 
dow on the Workbench, th& keys 
of which can be clicked on with 
the mouse to enter text into other 
Workbench windOvA/s. MFT 1,3 is 
one comiTiand thai can be used in 
place of many standard CLI com- 
mands and XPK Knight 7.03 is an 
XPK compression/decompression toon wilh a graphicai front end. 

CD32 Disk Sa\^er allows you to save CD32 game positions onto a floppy instead 
of the 1 K of non-volatile RAM, WBx is a Workbench LHA file extractor, Find Crunch 
digs out crunched data ffonn within files, AGA disables AGA modes. ffesRurt is 
useful foir low-memory m&chiines. as it resets the Amiga and then runs your select- 
ed program, SerMouse permits the use ol PC mice with your Amiga, 

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may regard some as rather old 
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Available from: Seasoft, 
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Atlanta 
Samples & 
Examples 1 

^ sound samples 

It makes a change 10 receive a 
disk of good quality, useful 
sound samples. These sounds 
are aimed primarily at dance 
music producers and come 
with a selection of brief exam- 
ple modules, 

Synth stabs and chords 
make up a hefty portion of the 
disk, along with a few TR 909 
drums, a couple of percussion 
loops and the odd sound effect 
tfirown in for good measure. 

While not actually PD, it's 
offered for a PD price. 
Recommended. 

Avatiable from:M Taylor, 
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Office Helper 4 

productivity tools 

It's productivity time! QIC, don't get too excit- 
ed, we'll take this collection one step at a 
time. Amiga Diary J. J3 is first off the blocks, 
and unsurprisingly it's a dianj^ that sits on your 
Workbench and saves you flicking through 
one of those old fashioned paper books to 
find out what's happening in the near future. 
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If you're starting up a small business, but 
haven! managed to get more than a coup-e :f\ 
quid out of your bank manager, this could r- 
just the thing! 

Availabte from: Seasoft, Unit 3, Martelto 
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BUYERS GUIDE 1 CX> # 

ant to make your Amiga graphics shine? FoIIowh our buyers guide to h/ideo digitisers 

and you won't be disappointed witli tlie results. 



OCTAMED 5.04 1 02 • 

CK you're looking for son^ething a bit spesli, then turn to page 102 wl^8^e we 

try our hand at creating some special effects. 



IMAGE FX t04 • 



See our heartthrob designer transformed before your very eyes with s-onne of 

Imsge FKs special features. 



PRODRAW 1 0e # 



Get behind the eight bail with a flourish in tfie final pan of o, 

froD/aw serin 

GRAPHICS MASTERCLASS 109 

Wow your friends with tsorne funky 3D Stereograms 

created in Personal Psint. 

COMMS 1 1 # 

EKploring the World Wide Web is made simple thanks lo tne only Amiga '^A/WW 
browser Amosaic: we show you where to get it and how tO US© it- 




NET GOD 112 9 

Our internet guru returns with news on what's happening O'-r the 'r\et and he's 

got a few things to say as well. 

VIDEOTRACKER 113 
COMPETITION RESULTS 

There were ma$$es of entries to our VideoTracker competition, we finally managed to 

come up with some of the best snd the ultimate winner. 




C/3 



FAQ 115 

Vou've 90t the^ accelerator you wantedr it should be pimple frqm here on shouldn't if 
Maybe not. Find out what the common problems are when it comes to accelerators, 

Q&A MASTERCLASS 1 26 

There are lots of Puljlic Domain programs around which gre designed specifically for 
your Workbench. We take a look at the Aminet % collection, 

Q+A'122 

The boys are back and this time they're taking no prisoners, Anyone got a 
problem with their Amiga? Well these two trouble shooters will sort it out. 

BACKCHAT 126 

What's happened to the One, what's up with Escom; just two of the questions posed 
in your readers forum and a little bit of religion thrown in as welL 

POIfSITS OF VIEW 1 36 

In with old and out with the new' that whs f^rtat Bettinson's games motto until he 
&aw Gloom and Alien Breed that is 




Video 



isers 



are the subject 
of this tnonth'^s 
buyers guide, 
ranging from 
£30 grabbers to 
£2^000 video 
editing suites. 
S|>eciai effects 
are the order of 
the day for the 
OctalVIED and 
Image FX 
tutorials, while 
Net God has a 
step" by- step 
guide to setting 
up your Amiga 
for Internet Web 
access. Results 
of the 

VideoTracker 
demo compo 
are here vi/ith all 
the rest of our 
regular tips, 
tutorials 
0nd opinions. 



BUYERS GUiDE 






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Video 




Make tKe most of your Amiga's amazing 
graphics vvitii a video digitiser. Whatever level 
you're atr there's one out there to suit you. 



Oideo djgi risers were once a novelty 
but now they're an essential part of 
any computer graphic artist's setup. 
With a video digitiser connected to 
you( Amiga, the possibilities for creating 
photo-realistic pictures and animations are 
boundless. No longer are vou restJicfed to 
mouse doodles in DPaint or pictures pulled 
fronn CD-ROM and the r>et. Now you can use 
the full potential of your Amiga's graphics, 
importing still frames and animations from Just 
about any video source, including domestic 
VCRs and camcorders, 

For the lucky high-powered Amiga users 
among us. there are broadcast quality digital 
video recorders boasting 24'bit graphics with 
16-bit stereo sound. A 1200 owners are spoilt 
for choice with plenty of low cost urrits that 
exploit the AG A chipset, and A500 owners 
also. have a wide choice with prices starting' 
from under £30. 

How they work 

Video dtgitisers, also known as video grab- 
bers, work on the same basic principal as 
sound samplers. An analogue signal (the 
video picture! is passed into the digitiser 
hardware, where it is converted into digital 
data by an analogue to digital (A-DI converter. 
This digital data is then passed on to the 
computer, which can then display it as a digi- 
tised reproduction of the original video pic- 
ture, manipulate it and save it out to disk. 




However, there are a nunnber of different 
methods of transmitting analbgue video sig- 
nals. Composite video (aka VHS) and Y/C laka 
S-'\/HS) are the two formats commonly 
supported by amateur and semi- professio nail 
video equipment such as 'VCRs and cam- 
corders, so consequently these are also 
supported by most Amiga video digitisers. 
Some support one or the other while some 
can take both, 

Composite video is good enough for many 
applications, although it combines the colour 
and brightness information into one signal, 
and so can lead to some distortion. 

Y/C is superior as it treats the colour and 
brightness infornnation separately, combining 
them only at the destination (the screen). 

In order to use a Y/C grabber you must of 
course have a Y/C video source, so check the 
output connections on your video source 
before deciding on any particular grabber. 
Here's a look at some that are on offer. 
Tonv Horgan 




VIDI Amiga 12/ 
24RT/ 24-RT Pro 

Supplier: Quantmn 

Tel: 015806 461 917 

Price: £69/ £149/ £249 

The VIDI Amiga digitizers have lortg 
b«««i a favourite, arid are now being 
sold through Quantum rather than 
Rombo, their original developers. 
VIDI IS currentiv available in thrae 
guises: 12, 24RT and 2<1RT Pro. All 
three offer both composite and Y/C 
inputs, and support the AGA chipsei 
VIDI 12 digitises in 12-bit colour {or 
mono in raaltim«| and is cannpdtibit 
with all Amigas, while the 24RT and 
24RT Pro versions grab in 24>bit 
colour in realtime, and require 
Workbench 2 or Bbove,^ 

Like ProGrab 24RT Plus, all three 
of the VIDI series coma with fairly 
accomplished image processing 
tools built into the digitising soft- 
ware - not that they're anything to 
rival dedicated image processing 
systems such as Image FX and 
AdPro, but they're handy for 
minor adjustments and colour- 
changing effects. 



ProGrafo 24RT Plus 



Supplier: Goidon Harifwooit 



Tel: 01773 836 781 



Price: £129.99 (+ £29 far optional PCMCIA interface^ 



ProGrab 24RT Plus is surely the people's champion when it comes to afford- 
able video digitisers. The original' ProGrab 24RT was released last year sn^ was 
well received by the Amiga world. The only criticism ievalled at the original 
version was the limitation of the composite video input. This has been rectifi*^ 
in the new Plus version which adds among other things a Y/C input for finer 
picture quality. 

It can be used with any Amiga running Workbench 2 or Above with 1.5Mb oi 
RAM. 24-bit colour grabs are taken in realtime, and 'downloaded' from the 
grabber unit to the Amiga for rendering in your chosen screenmode. 
Alternatively, the entire 24-bit buffer can be saved to disk even on non-AGA 
Amigas, for use on other platforms. Animations can also be digitised, althou^k 
frame rates are fairly low even on the fastest of Amigas- Audio can also be 
sampled simultaneously. 

An Optional PCMCIA interface is available for AGOO and At 200 users, whindk 
raises the msKimum frame rate for animations, and generally speeds up the 
grabbing process. 



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f Lab Y/C is a bit special, as it can 
itis« complete sequences of full- 
aan video in full 24'bit colour 
m a conventional Y/C video 
corder. Whii« other realtime digi- 
^ers can grab smgia frames, tha 
ga doesii't have enough speed or 
ind width as standard to be able to 
b SO frames of video every sec- 
d. A typical uncompressed frame 
24-bit digitised video could be as 
rge as 1.5Mb, so to pass 60 of 
ese through the system each sec- 
[•nd would call for storage rates of 
75Mb per second. Fast hard drives 
n store around 2Mb per second, so 
Lab Y/C employs a clever trick to 
t around the problem. 
It works by fnemorising start and 
nd (hey) frames from a setfuence 
f video tape. You define these 
frames, and replay the section of 
video, starting the tape just before 
|the first required frame. VLab starts 
igitising when it sees the start key 
frame, and saves its grabs to RAM 
er your selected storage device. Not 
II frames can be grabbed in one 
pass (as eMplairtad aboveji, so VLab 
■sks you to rewind the tape so that 
it can take the frames it missed the 
first time around. Depending on the 
tpeed of your Amiga and your hard 
drive, it will need to take several 
more passes until the whole 
■aquence has been captured. An 
infrared video transport controller 
\i available as an add on to save 
vou winding the video back 
yourself. 

VLab Y/C is available a Zorro card 
for big box Amigas, and as a plug in 
for Bill other Amigas with Kickstart 2 
or higher and 3Mb of RAM. This is 
recommended for anyone who wants 
professional results, but doesn't 
quite have the budget for the likes 
gf a VLab Motion or Personal 
Animation Recorder. 



VLab 



Supplier: While Knight Technatogy 



Tel: 01920 822 321 



Price: £999 



For serious digital video editing, VLab Motion is well worth looking into. 
Although it could be thought of as the big brother of VLab YyC, this Zorro card 
works rather differently, digitising and replaying 25 frames of 24 bit video 
every second. These frames can then be cut and pasted and played back in 
redefined Order. Soundtracks can also be recorded simultaneously with a 
Toccata sound card, linked to the video, and edited accordingly. 

It pulls off this amazing feat using JPEG compression and decompression 
hardware. JPEG is a popular format for 24>bit images as it can drastically 
reduce file sizes compared to other formats, but there's a trade off between 
file size end image quality (i^. smeller files = lower quality). With VLab Motion, 
you can set the JPEG compression quality according to the speed of your stor' 
age device and CPU power. A very fast hard drive is essential if you want to 
get the best results. If you are going to pay nearly a grand for one of these 
boards, it would be foolish to undermine its power with a slow hard drive. 

With CPUs and storage devices getting cheaper and faster by the day, VLab 
Motion should have a healthy future. 



Personal 
Animation iteixjrder 

Supplier: White Knight Teclinolagy 
Tel:Q192DB22 321 

Price:£1849 (PAH can!) £393 (flO3O0D card) 

Personal Animation Recorder (PAR), 
like VLab Motion, is a dedicated real- 
time digital video recording and 
playback system based around two 
Zorro cards. First there's the PAR 
card, which handles the compression 
and decompression of the video 
frames, storing tbem and playing 
them back from your hard drive. 
However if you want to digitise live 
Video sequences, you'll need to add 
the AD3DO0 card (a combined ana- 
logue to digital converter and time 
base corrector) which comes with S> 
VHS and composite video inputs. 
A variation of JPEG Compres- 
sion/decompression is used to attain 
the 2 5 Hz frame rate. Amiga-generat- 
ed animation sequences can still he 
recorded and replayed at this rate. 
Sound sampling requires the addi- 
tion of a Sunrixe AD516 card. 



VideoMastar 



Supplier: HiSoft 



Tel: 01525 718 181 



Price: £89.95 



VideoMaster is a very clever bit of 
kit, and you don't need a powerful 
A4000 to use it. VideoMaater 
records video and sound at up to 25 
frames per second on standard 
Amigas (A500 upwards). The 
inevitable compromise comes in the 
form of reduced screen sizes and 
numbers of colours. Audio is digi> 
tised at a maKimum rate of 16KHz, 
which is fine for most sounds. For 
anyone who wants to grab 
sequences for PD demos, game 
intros or stylised video projects, 
VideoMaster is an eMcellent choice. 
Both AG A and non AG A versions 
are available. Don't expect to be able 
to produce professional quality 
videos with VideoMaster, but for 
specialist use it's excellent value for 
money. It also doubles as a stand- 
alone sound sampler, for use with 
music programs such as OctaMED. 



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We kick off our OctaMED 
5.04 tutorial series tfiis 
month with a look at 
special effects. 



Player 
Commands 

05/06 {SLIDE'VIBRATO 
ANO FADE|. Cambines 
commands 03/04 and ODkK- 
Use after a slitle/vibratp to 
keep the effect going while 
lading. Use k^vel 01 or 02. 

07 (TREIVIOLOI: A 'volume 
vibrato'. Use a high depth. 

OB ^PLAYING SEQUENCE 
JUMP); Jumps to a new 
line |the gommand level ^ 
1) in the plaving sequence, 

on fVOLUMlE SLIDg): Very 
smooth. Use Jevel 01 or 02. 

OF ((VJULTI PURPOSE): 
Depends on the command 
IbvqI. 01 to FO changes 
tempo., 00 skips to next 
block. Ft to F5 repeat the 
note in several ways, F8/F9 
switch the audio filter 
on/off, f D changes to the 
new note without replay- 
ing the instrument (this 
one's good). 

16 {RtPEAT LirJES); Enter a 
1600 somewhere, then e-g- 
1603 somewhere elsa to 
repeat the portion marked 
by the two commands 
three times. 

19 IS AMPLE START 
OFFSET) Plays a sample 
from somewhere in the 
middle. Use together with 
Generic Slide for a 
g^reat effect, 

IE (REPLAY LIWEV: Replays 
the current line's player 
commands (not notes) the 
number of times given by 
the command level. 

I Press help for more. 



^HI^pkL e were tinkering wit It 
i f i Y A OctaMED last month, 
^^^^Jw and we tried our hand 
^^^^r at a simple dfum beat. 
This nnonth we'll extend the com- 
plex.ity of our music by examining 
'player commands'. Player com- 
mands add bells, whistfes and 
tinselly bits to your music: they 
are codes for functionis and spe- 
cial effects that change the way 
in which 3 sample is played. You 
enter them in the mysterious four 
digits to the right of the notes. 
These digits are called the 'com- 
mand digits', 

Take a typical note; C-2 
10C32. The command digits are 
0C32. and they represent player 
command 'type' OC at 'level' 32. 
Type OC controls volume, so the 
note will be played at volume 
level 32, So as you see, player 
commands are split into type and 
level bytes. 

You might have guessed that 
the numbering system isn't stan- 
dard decimal; in fact, it's hesta- 
decima!. Now and again you'll 
need to convert decimial numbers 
to hex when using player com- 
mands, (but not in this month's 
tutorial). Check out the box-out 
on further player commands for a 
quick guide anyway. 

But enough talk, let's do 
something' Have OctaMED 5.04 
freshly loaded and at the ready 

Speaking 
volumes 

Let's continue our look at the 
much-used volume command 
(type 0C|. We'll need to load an 
instrument to test it out and 
you'll find one called AcGuitar on 
this month's cover disk in the 
Samples directory. Load it as 
instrument number 01 by follow- 
ing the steps in the Loading 
Instruments panel. 

Loaded fine? Yes, now play it 



using the keyboard. Mow, on line 
000 track (you should be there 
anyway), enter note G-2 with this 
instrument (the T key}. 'We did it 
last month but to refresh your 
memory see The Quick Guide To 
Editing panel. Next move down 
to line 01 6 and enter another G- 
2, but this time put sn 0C32 play- 
er command beside it. 

Done? Good! Listening careful- 
ly click Play Block (top left), 
Notice the softer volume on line 
016? The maximum (and usual) 
volume level is 64, so our level of 
32 plays at half volume. Zero level 
(OCOO) is silent. Simple really 

Turning it 
down a bK 



Now here's a cunnimg feature for 


you! Stop playing (Stop button) 


and put an 0C64 command 


beside th 


e G-2 on li 


neOOO. This 


won't have any effect but we'll 


need it. Now move to anywhere 


between the two G-2s (line 005, 


sayj and select Edit 


menu ■> 


Volume Slide. 




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10C64 
00C62 


002 





00C6O 


003 





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084 


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009 





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00C42 


012 


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00C40 


013 


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0OC38 


014 


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eOC36 


015 


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the editor, and click on the or 
marked '0' to turn it grey as i- 

■timin-iHiaBiiiiigi 



Wow! A whole host of DCs 
appear, turning the volume down 
from 64 on line 000 to 32 on line 
016. Play the block to hear this. 
To slide back to level 64, put a 
0C64 on the last line (063L move 
to anywhere between lines 016 
and 063 and select Volume 
Slide again. 

Another useful volumey fea- 
ture is 'note echo'. Firstly, find 
the row of blue buttons above 



the picture. This switches trac^ * 
off; try clicking Play Block ar.: 
you'll notice that the notes o'- 
track are completely ignore.: 
OK, next move to track 1 line ' 
and enter A-2 10C64 (hopefully 
this shouldn't be too much troi»'| 
ble by now, A-2 is the Y key 
remember). Refer to the 
September issue for the key- 
board map. 

By the way, use the space 
to stop that guitar sample hurf^- 
ming on whenever you press • 
key. Now select Edit menu -> 
Range Current Track, and track 
should turn white. A 'range' 
marks a set of notes to be aW< 
ed by some function, just like 
marking text in a wordproce; 
■y/Ve'll cover this later. 

Open the Note Echo wim 
(Edit menu, right at the bott* 
and click Do Echo. Close the 
dow using its close gadget or 
Exit button and play the bloc • 
Now OctaMED'i. added sev 
new notes, together with OC 
commands which halve the 
ume of each successive nota.; 
Cool isn't it? You may have 
noticed two numeric boxc ■ 
Note Echo window: try e>: ■ 
menting with these valut-. 
need to cfear the track (Track ^A 






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Valine 


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menu -> Cut), enter anoi 
10C64 and range the trac:. 
experimenting. When you 
finished make sure to close 
Note Echo window. 



Cut short in 
their prime 

Just one more feature tc- 
Command OFFF Cuts the _ 
any J currently playing on th» 
track on Which it's entered- " 




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Loading Instruments 

* Select the required instrument number (left/rigtit arrow 
with shift (key)'. 

'Click on the top row's small GetFile gadget (highlighted 
in red in the picture}. 



u^F 



Double-click on the required instrument name in the file 
requester. Use the volumes button to change disks and 
click on a drawer name if necessary. 

To load several instruments at once, click on each name 
in turn while holding the shift key, then click OK 
(bottom leH}. 



3w of blue buttons, switch track 
|l off and track back on (just 
licit It again). Now enter an OFFF 
jnimand or any line of track - 
■)v.< about 019? and play the 
'^iotk. So it's a sort of 'Hey, who 
ulled the plug out?' effect. 
Enough of this block, but 
sfore we cast it aside let's 
ime it. Select Block menLi -> 
Bt Properties and type in sonne 
Bscriptive tevt in the box. This 
Kt will appear in the information 
'sndow whenever the block is 
Iccted. Close the window and 
['"■hy not save the song (Project 
;jenu ■> Save, pick a filenanne 
nd click Save}- 



Invading 
the pitch 



ctaMED has three pitch-sliding 
ayer commands: 01 (slide up), 
(slide down) and 03 (bit of 
Jth). They're particLilarly fiddly 
I'o enter on inferior Tracker pro- 
hfanns, but not on OctaMED! 



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Aod ci r^ew block first. Select 
Uock menu -> New -> Append, 
hen press down arrow witti 
lift, Now on track 0, put a B-1 

sme old instrument 01^ on line 
10, move to line 016 [key F7 is 
easy way) and add a B-2. 

jve up to line 008, then select 
Jit menu ■> Pitch Slide -> Type 



2 (Cmd 1/2}. Play the block. 
Holy portamento! In a twinkling, 
OctaMED' % added all the neces- 
sary 01 and 02 commands to cre- 
ate a smooth slide. The routine 
for making a pitch slide is; enter 
starting note; enter finishing 
note; move cursor to where the 
slide is to begin (somewhere 
between the two notes obvious- 
ly); choose Pitch Sliide from the 
Edit menu. 

Going solo 
is simple 

But what about command 03? 
You may have noticed that there's 
another type in the Pitch Slide 
sub-menu; let's try it out. Make 
sure the cursor's in track 0, then 
select Track menu -> Copy, A 

B-2 10304 

00304 

00305 

»-- 00304 

" -- 3B4 

00304 

00304 

W-- 00305 

copy of track is now in 
OctaMED's 'copy buffer'. Move 
across to track land select Track 
menu -> P^ste to copy the copy 
buffer to track 1 . Dead easy. 

If we're going to try out com- 
mand 03, we'll have to remove all 
the 01 and 02 commands from 
track 1. So move to line 000 and 
hold down the Alt and Del keys 
together until all the commands 
are back to zero. OK? Next, move 
to line 009 and select Edit menu - 
> Pitch Slide -> Type 1 [Cmd 3), 
Play the block. 

Can you hear the difference? 
Try switchirrg tracks and 1 off 
alternately {actually, here's the tip 
of the month: 'solo' a track by 



clicking on its blue/grey number 
while holding shift. Turn all tracks 
back on using the Set button on 
the right), 

With commands 01 and 02, 
the ending note is actually 
played; with command 03, the 
ending note is not played, I pre- 
fer 03 myself, it's kind of 
smoother and, well, that's me, 

You say 
vibrayto 

Vibrato' is that wobbling effect 
that virtuoso string players are 



eOQ G-2 

001 — 

002 

ano 

004 

005 --- 

006 



10472 
00400 
00400 
00400 

4 d 

00400 
00400 



famed for. and OctaMED sup- 
ports it in the shape of command 
type 04. So add a new block (see 
start of last section} and enter G- 



2 10472 at the start of track 0. To 
keep the vibrato going through- 
out the track, we need a string of 
0400 commands, and to add 
them quickly, move to the third 
digit on line 001 (where the 4 
would be entered), and hold 
down the 4 key for a bit, Play 
the block. 

The first digit (7 here) is the 
vibrato speed, the second the 
depth, so have a good experi- 
nnent. Remember it's in hexadeci- 
mal so you can use digits A to F 
too, although depth F really is 
very silly. 

A final command: add an 
OFFE anywhere and play the 
block. Hey, it stops! although the 
guitar sound might not stop - 
you'd have to add OFFF com- 
mands before the OFFE for that, 
Actually, I didn't say but the way 
to really add an OFFE is to click 
STOP with Shift iield down. 

Well, I hope that I've whetted 
your appetite for now. Ta-ra tilt 
next month! ■ 
Ed Wiles 



Quick Guide to Editing 

• Switch on the Edit tick box (top left, just «bovei the 
Tracker e^ditor). 

• Select the required instrument (left/ri^ht arrow with shift 
key). Also sea the Loading Instruments panel. 

• Move to the required line (up/down), trach (left/right with 
Alt), and cursor position (left/rjght). To enter notes, make 
sure the cursor is a long horizontal box. 

• Enter note or command digit. For notes, see last month's 
keyboard diagram. 

• Press the Del key to erase a note or digit. 

• Function keys F6 to F10 move to certain important lines 
{first line, quarter- way through, half-way, three- 
quarters -way, last)'. 

« Click the Space tick boK (beside EditJ to automatically 
ships lines. Set the number of line& to skip in the 
Keyboard Options window (Settings menu). 

• Also in Keyboard Qptions, selecting Auto Advance Cursor 
Right {top right) eases the entering of player commands. 



Keylioarif Opttgns 



Hdvjnce Line Rdvinte Track 

J ftoft't advance T Dsn*t advance 
J Up J Prew ^rack 

jNBxt track 

KE'Vpad Napping 

PI flIternaUveJ 




ect Instr 



idwance Cursor 
J tofi't advance 
J Left ^[1 

(i Right^^^ 

Space vJtJ^^JI 

I _! r' 



yj thord Reset _| Space = fiEL 

I Eratracker Shortcuts V\ Dfstructitfe Spacing 

I fidwance with sound _^ fluto-fiound Spacing 



TUTORlAi 





Make you*' graphics stand 
out from the rest with 
another batch of stunning 
linage FX tricks. 



OV now youVe probably 
ej<perimented with 
many of the 'off the 
shelf effects available 
from the Image FX button menus. 
Some of them can transform 
images into wonderful works of 
art, while others seem to just 
mess th&m up, others are fun but 
don't seenn to be very useful. The 
Spiral process from the Hooks 
menu fits into the latter category, 
but can be put to good use in a 
number of ways. 

Despite its name, the Spiral 
effect doesn't have to twiri your 
picture round - it can be used to 
impHode or explode the image. In 



the examples here, a black and 
white logo was used as the source 
image. This was run through the 
Spiral effect using the implode 
option set to its maximum level of 
40 pixels The original logo was. 
then dropped over the blurred ver- 
sion to redefine the outline. 

Be prepared for long rendering 
times when using the Spiral 
effect. If you want to test out a 
process but don't want to wait 
ages to find it's not what you 
wanted, then first prepare 3 
scaled down test image and work 
on that instead. Rendering times 
will be halved if you half the size 
of the image. 




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Take a trip 
through time 

This nifty effect was created 
with the Remove Feature 
optiort from the Effect menu. 
The original image was around 
300 X SOO pixels in size. This 
was loaded in and then the 
Swap buffer was set to 700 k 
500 pixels. The picture of the 
girl was thert cut out using the 
automatic background detoc- 
tion nriDde (daubia click on the 
scissors) and pasted down on 
the far left of the Swap buffer. 
Next, Free was selected from 
the top left control button (the 
one that norfnally reads FulU- 
Alt of the screen to the right of 
the centre of the girfs face 
was marked out (as the area to 
be affected), and then the 
Remove Feature option was 
selected from the Effect 
menu. Finally, switching back 
to Full mode, the picture was 
then run through solarize and 
negative processes. 




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TUTORIAL 



Painting by numbers 



In most cases, applying effects to 
pic-ij'es using Image FX is just a 
mattef of picking one f ronn a menu 
and liitting the Go button, However 
if you're prepared to work just a tittle 
bit harder thefe are plenty of other 
not so obvious options available. The 
picture shown here is an exannple of 
what I mean. The aim ir* this case 
was to create a stylised portrait that 
would look hand painted from a digi- 
tised original. 

The key feature that made this 
possible was the Trace Through draw 
mode. This can be selected from any 
of the standard drawing tools {line, 
freehand, fil( etc} by double clicking 
their icon and changing the Mode 
setting. For this to work you need a 
main image and a secondary image 
(in the Swap bufferk When Trace 
ll-rough mode is active, the shapes 
you draw on the screen only appear 



on the hidden pfcture - not the pic- 
ture you can see as you draw. To 
check on the progress of the tracing, 
press the J key to jump to the 
Swap buffer. . 

In this case a 'paint by numbers' 
style was the required result. First 
the hair, face and shoulders were 
traced using the filled freehand tool. 
Colours matching those of the origi- 
nal image were selected by clicking 
on the Palette button and then on the 
Pick button. At this stage the pointer 
changes and you're expected to click 
on an area of the picture that match- 
es the colour you want to paint with. 
Features were then gradually added 
working from the outside in, leaving 
the lighter colours until last. 

Different results can be attained 
by tracing through using alternative 
drawing methods. 
Tony Horgan 




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TUTORIAL 



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The final part of this tutorial comes over all 
artistic as we trv out some of ProDraw's 
more creative features to conrie up witli a 
pretty picture. 



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On this final took at 
ProDfaw. I want to 
showyou a few of the 
more cieative tools you 
should be getting to know. One of 
the things I've learnt over the last 
few vears using ProDrsw is that \\ 
you don't want to be behind the 
eight ball, you need to experiment 
and keep on experimenting so you 
can exploit all of ProDfaw'^ tools. 

To get the ball rolUng on this 
month's tutorial, I want you to start 
by drawing a circle. Hold down the 
Alt key while you use the Ellipse 
tool to drag out your circle, When 
you have finished, give the circle a 
solid, red fill with no line weight- 
Right Amiga-F is a short-cut to the 
fill colour. 

Press the Tab key to produce a 
duplfcate of the circle. Before we 
cut the circle in half, it needs to be 
shrunk by 90% using the Stzing 
tool. With the circle active, double 
click on the Size tool and enter 
90% into both X and V text gad- 
gets. Choose the Cutting tool from 
the toolbox and then cut the circle 
in half. You do this by pressing the 
left mouse button once either side 
of the- top and bottonn control 
points on the circle. 

Only the control points on the 
right-hand side of the circle should 
be active. If this is so, the right- 
hand side can be deleted by press- 
ing Shift-Delete, If the right-hand is 
not active, click on it, and it should 
becorne active, 

Take the text tool and type a 
number eight on the page, scaled 
30 that it fills the circle. Mow place 
the half circle over the top of the 
main circle, positioned it so its sits 
on the left of the vertical axis. 
Select both circles and choose 
Make Compound Object, Follow 
this by placing the eight in the cerv 
tre of the newly formed compound 
object, then select all the objects 




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and choose Make Compound 
Object again. The finishing touch is 
applied by turning the compound 
object a few degrees using the 
Rotate tool. Double click on it and 
then enter a figure like 15 degrees. 

Mirror image 

Mow create the text 'Countdown' 
and place it over the eight ball, 
Double click on the Distort tool 
and make sure that General is 
selected. You should now have 
six handles to distort the tent just 
like a piece of Plasticine. Once 
done, with the text still selected, 
press the Tab key to duplicate 
the distorted text. Give it a lighter 
fill colour and then select the 
Mirror tool. Click once on the left 
of the text, keep the mouse but- 
ton held down and in a horizontal 
straight line across the page, 
click again on the right of the text. 
The duplicate should now be a 



mirror image of the main text. 
Using the Distort tool again, 
mould the text so that it fits the 
te.)(t above it. The image is now 
finished, 'Vou can ja2z it up fur- 
ther by placing a background 
behind all the elements and then 
add some 'embossed' shapes to 
give the background some depth. 
Tills is achieved by making the 
objects a slightly lighter colour 
than the background. 

More Kelp 

That wraps up the tutorials for 
the ProDfaw cover disk. There is 
so much you can do with this " 
great progrann. The examples 
that we've worked through over 
the last few months are only the 
tip of the iceberg. Many of 
ProDfsw'^ tools have a number 
of options which aren't readily 
apparent and the manual is very 
useful in explaining these points. 




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So, to get a copy of the manu 

call me at LH Publishing (OIJ 
370230). There is also loads > 
material that we've written 
this useful tool, This includes 
how to use it with its sister 
gram Professional Page whic^ 
also have copies of at the 
moment and the manuals of 
course. Also' remember that 
offer technical support {sar 
tioned by Gold Disk} for ProL 
through our Amiga publishir^c 
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Personal Paint 



I 



Learn how to create your own 
stereograms in the first of our 




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program, though one which is dif- 
ficult to control - until now that is. 

Personal Pa/nt 6.1 has many 
special' effects filters, but the 
most 'special' have to be the ones 
which turn a Flat grey-scale image 
into one witfi real depth when 
viewed properly. There are two 



j^PPni^k f, like me. you're fasci- 
L^ ,^B nated by the hidden 
Sri^^V world of 3D, you should 
^^^^ be bowing at the feet 
of the programmer who included 
stereoscopic filters in the latest 
version of Personal Paint. It's an 
astounding feature for a budget art 



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SIPS 

high quat ity 



[Original 
chtrrv brush 



SIPS 

High qua I ity 

\9i% ficho 



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levels 



3D 

tutorials. 

types of filter used to 
achieve this effect: 
SIRDS, vvfiich automat- 
ically create an image 
composed of random 
dots, and SIPS, which 
do the same but use a 
picture to form the 
stereo image,. SIRDS 
are the easiest filters 
to use because the 



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computer does it all, 

With SlPS you have to 

use some judgment 

over what kind of brush to use, 

using trial and error to get the 

desired effect. 

Lat^s begin 

Whichever method you chose, 
you need a starting image for the 
flltef to work on. This is drawn 
on the spare screen, which ideal- 
ly should be irr the same resolu- 
tion as your main screen. To do 
this, start the program in the 
screen mode you use (I have 
used high res 256 colours for this 
tutorial), then copy the blank 
screen to the spare with a shift/J 
key press. 

While the software can work 
on any colours when composing 
a 3D picture, I prefer to work 
with the ratige of greys which 
come with the default palette. 
There are 16, which is enough to 
begin with. 

The golden rule is that the 
darker the grey, the 
further back 'into' the 
image it will be. So 
white will be 'in front' 
of every other grey on 
screen in terms of 
depth perception. 

The colour you 
choose for your back- 
ground is important. If 
you have standard 
black, then everything 
you paint will be 'in 
front' of thi?. If you 
choose mid grey, then 
by painting with dark- 
er greys, you win 
appear to cut into the 
background and still 
be able to have lighter 




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greys for use on objects nearer 
the front. 

If this is your first time using 
Persona/ Paint xher\ stick to simple 
grey shapes. You can use PPaint'i \ 
gradient fill for special features. 
The contour fill is good also but 
can come up with unpredictable 
results and needs fine-tuning for i 
to be effective. So it's best to use 1 
the simple method and get great 
results than end up frustrated by 
using too sophisticated a method 
to begin with. 

Designing your grey image 
needs a little forward planning, 
which objects are background, 
mid-ground and which hit the 
onlooker in the eye- Vou have to 
build up tfie picture from the 
back layer to the front, so it 
helps to rough it out on paper 
first. Use the filled tools to draw 
with - single pixel brushes are 
too thin to be caught by the 3D 
interpretation. Text, too, can be a 




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108 



TUTORIAL 



T*2 




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iKtln^iilaf sraa !■ aci as the ilD bust, 

.problem unless you have it quite 
large - 72point, say. 

More depth 

Once you have drawri your drab- 
lookmg grey irriage on the spare 



screen, switch back, to the main 
screen, and right dick the filter 
toolbox icon to bring up the 
'equester. We're starting with 
SIRDS, so scroll down to that sec- 
lion and decide on the option you 
want most. 

The options are self-explanato- 
ry really, but please note that 
'More Levels' gives a greater per- 
ception of depth to any innage, 
and He(p signifies the printing of 
two dots at the right distance on 
the top of the generated image to 
help people focus better. Once 
youVe made your choice, click on 
the Filter tool with the left mouse 
button and drag out a rectangle to 
enclose the area your greyscale 
image covers, and watch as the 
program works its magic 

If there are any problems with 



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frith It* ctilliatiils ttitti. 



the depth, you can go back to the 
spare screen snd alter the colours 
of the offending objects before 
repeating the process. 
Remember, there's no problem 
because your grey image will 
always be sitting there on the 
spare page whilst the 3D picture 
is generated on the main screen, 

New technology 

PPafin also takes advantage of the 
latest technology to allow users 
to create images based on brush- 
es. This may not sound like much, 
but it Is a major breakthrough, 
allowing recognisable primary 
images to be used as the founda- 
tion for the hidden 3D picture. 

Youir brush will be the size of a 
postage stamp but will have plen- 
ty of information on it. You can 
either load in a brush and size it 
down, or make your own using 
swirls of pattern appropriate to 
the image. Check out my exam- 
ples to get a clearer idea of what 
constitutes a good working brush. 

TIP • Do not include any back- 
ground colour around the edges 
when vou clip out your brush, as 
this will show as regular lines on 
the generated image. In fact, use 
the magnifying tool to clearly see 
where to clip the brush. 




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How do v*^" 'sea' the hidden 
image? Generally you have 
to try to focus twice as far 
away as the image y^^u're 
looking at - which means 
crossing your eyes slightly. 
To achieve this on g corn- 
puter monitor \& easy - |ost 
look at your reflection, not 
the im»ge, then move your 
eyes onto the picture with- 
out re-focusing. How docs it 
work? Five second explarta- 
tion - by tricking the brain 
into making assumptions 
about objects it discerns 
within the hidden image. It 
is the distance between 
dots belonging to an object 
which determine the per- 
ceived depth. Four day 
explanation: read Bala 
Julesz' 1972 book 
'Principles of Cyclopean 
Perception' then write in 
and tell me what it's ahoutf 



To create the effect, draw your 
greyscale image as before on the 
spare area, and choose one of the 
SIPS options from the Fitters 
requester. The options here are 
more important than for the 
SfROS as they not only control the 
feeling of depth of the new pic- 
ture, but al'so how degraded your 
original brush image will become. 
It's a trade off — if you want 
greater, smoother depth then this 
will be at the expense of the qual- 
ity of the original brush. 
Experimentation and personal 
choice are the keywords here. 

It's also good to use a brush 
appropriate to the hidden image - 
it's a sort of in-jjoke which also 
gives a visual clue to what to 
expect; multipl'e images of a 
bunch of grapes hiding a 3D bot- 
tle of wine, for example. 
Finally, look a! the examples 
this month and see 
how easy and ef fee- 
Live it is to create 
stunning 30 images 
on your Amiga. And 
think of all the 
money you're saving 
by not buying over- 
priced books 
and posters! 
That's it for now 
r-'^^xt month 111 be 
diking a look at 
some more special 
filters to help you 
aCt the most out of 
your Amiga and 
your imagination. ■ 
Petor Lee 



CQMMS 




/^fl^k orld Wide Web 
4 f 1 T 1 (WWW), the easy to 
^^^^Jf use graphical database 
^^^^^ s pannin g tlie wo rid, 
h^s received mol| 
fehiare of covefao^ recently, 
Compared to thjS rest of Internet ; 
activity which ifends to go on in 
tihe drab com jn and line DOS shI 
environment Jilt's little wonder tjriat 
most peoples edea of what th^ 
Internet is, rlvolves around tli* 
WWW. It's a darn e&sential tN Tg 
to have runifing on your Annig i. 



"AMosafC IS tie name" 5T the g iTT" 
ourrently available Amiga "VW W' 
browser. Eaaw as it may be to lise 
\ when runninl, like most Amig 

V Internet software, it's a pig to 

V up. CU AmigAMagazine pulls 
\ punches and ^ows you how toll 

\ set AMosaic uf^from scratch, Ta 
\a deep breath 

f^equirei 

You'd reed at least 03 3.0 and a 
hard Ofive to set up. Ntext we 
need MVI (Magic User Ftoerface}, 
a contro^h^siai GUI iibraryVjat 
AMoseic regyires to build itisiront 
end. The easi^Sn^place to get i| 
from is the Ami 

We need a lot of 9«rftware from 
the Ami net this n^onth s*Jt's time 
for a big FTP session. 'NCF 
have been installed on your sys 
tern when you installed AmiTCP 
fron^ the Demon installer package, 
So jump into a shell, 'CD' to a 
space on your HD where there's 
room and type 'NCFTP', You 
Should be greeted with en 
■ncftp>' prompt after some text, 
assunraing you are linked up. If no'. 
you'll get a complaint that AmiTCP 
isn't running. At this stage, enter 
cpen sunslte. dbc.ic.ac.uk 
to log onto tlie London Imperial 



college Ami net mirror site Since 
it's in the UK, it's very quick com- 
pared to trying to FTP to the USA 
or elsewher e. After thi s, you 
shotjJdg^THiWffext appe 
IromtHiE -TP site expiammg 
what's what, followec by oyr 
trusty prom _ 

FTP connecjf on to this site, 

FTP hasrnuch in corfvmori' 
With AmigsDOS. The CO mi 
'cd', 'dir' and 'Is' work as in 
AmigaDOS, Except when yoj 
move arotfid and get dir ect 
you are acting 'o'ln a iaTg"e 
er system lover the Interne:. 
Entered *ub/ amine t and/y'i 
should enter the vital Amine 
archives. Ffcm here vve can 
obtain the Bulk of the softwa 
that we req^re, 

FTP thefAlowing files. I've 
given the pati\g too which are 

trripiy 'gST ^[jath an' 
filename>' is reauired. 'Get' is th' 
jommand required to 'download' 




ucj i. •l '.ts^.':n,ii.23u8r.lha 

util/dtype/a3I*imP . 16 - 
conn/net/Mosaicl . i 

The first file is MUl, Luckil 
has a nice installer. If you don't 
have it already just unarchive the 
contents somewhere safe and 
then run the installer. 

The second is the grapevine 

•RC client. A wondrous thing that 

w^'H cover in next month's issue. 

_ '^'I'H ri^^ it now for the latest ver- 

~ sion of^library provided inside ■ 

called trife 'socket' library. 

explained fater. 



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paje with mmtf Miln Xi vlksf ikIiI pints 



Sat 
nee 



The tlird file is the fastist 
^atatypelthat i know of. Tl is » 
needed ao AMosaic know 
".o decode the images whi h dft 
invariablytthe GIF standarcfon 
matt »m 



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ftrywt ut iT^T kbflyHuTzSuifir. Iiha 

lilfeQvn Lk^ doc. i, ic_ ac.<, uktx/^&n I F^ivt 

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You mi 

JPEG dat, 

directory dn the Aminet si 

time, J PEG pictures are ocl 

ally used oi the Web, if yd 
a nice GIF OBtatype install' 
won't need p bother down 

inn ^^''^ ""^ 

Lastly, ihti]AMosafC 1 ,2 ai 

itself, Unfortu^telyr this ver^ 
^ery unstable aid bug-ridden! 

rone to crashina often, it's t^ 
la\|st mass distivjuted versit 
buPtthere's no W3t I can adv 
it's \e. Wj 

JUrflftntation anc^Bupport 
but thBctual program we wV 

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B#|^ Tftl^^^nboiMS't: *'••-■ 

need^to FTP to another iit^ 

in MCFTR enter 
Op**i max .physics. 
suriy;;-b. edu . 

Now finter: ' cd pub /a: 
Then FTP this vital archive. 



COMMS 



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Emnimt I _affit_t _liMM_J JMCtJl 



m. 



^Ms^ai 



-JtUCfyfgES; 




5v« 



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If 
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Jargon busters 

GUI: Graphical User 
Interface. The display you 
look at and click on to 
us«. AMosaic's is built 
with Mm. 



FTP: File Transfer Protocol - 
The the method used to 
fetch files over the Internet. 

NCFTP: The Amiga FTP 
client installed with 
AmiTCP. This program is 
used to 'download' files 
from FTP 'sites' over 
the Internet, 



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A Tkt 149tli nittki (I Uhujt 

tki nib sit*. Mii* prttliH bf mbh- 

is a good reason for 
this. It seems the 
AMosaic developers in 
their infinite wisdom 
decidect to not support 
any version of AmiTCP 
lower than 4.0. Since 
us and almost every-^ 
(jrie=«lse is running thf.- 
perfei: : I Iv usable and 
IreeTttoS, we n 



■M« litnM: tlp*Aii<Iv. Hmfiu I 
HtrtMUIciilmiisitJDn. -i^ 



I HKr MUi 







osaia'AMosaic 1 4betia5_AS225.lha 
If you want to be clever, you 
Id open another shell and 
tiest the FTP process at the 
me tirrie as the first one i 
/.'vnloadirig any of the ab^ 

That's right, there's nothing 
'stop you from FTPing to as 
lany sites as you have rremory 
bandwidth available to h:ir:i 
le downloads. In fact, ^Upu 
:es are stow, being lo(fgpd 
lany and downloadir • lin^'-Jtane- 
sly will actually I mpK>i 
itai throughput anrt :_;; 
less time. -0 
Expert raacfers may 
we 



t. we nqJPd to 
employ a trick to .get 

^ AMosaic tc work.^ 
trick is the socket librar 
■nd wd now need to extrfcci iK 
from tti i grapevine archiv j. CD to 
where ' 'our grapevine arc live 
resides Enter 



needs to be 

tory on youf .., 

may be run fforh. f'-Jow 
need to do is extra'. i v-e 

AMosaicI 4beta5^AS225.lh 
archive which only cofcpins the 
1.4 version of AMosr^i^fj^selt Thi 
needs to be dropped intoJ.he 
same drawer lis ■•,o.. T?.t^d 
AMo saic 1,2. You i^iii nt>\< 
' atcblve s^'fLiis thii 
you wiffle 



^ to oi^r archive as^i- 

I .get AJW'::^tC you wifflif 



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grapev ,ne./ socket. 



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Hes 



:cised that we have opfl 
rAS22 diversion of AMc 



sur- 
fer the 
•ic. There 






IjiL: ,.u^« y^.^|L illBHX you to Stan f«ur JavwJiite sit«} te iq»tHlt|f 
I [n Jl a Ia1er ;t«|e. 



.libl I 
Thai should extract th 
library irchive from the 
archiva which is all we 
now bpt keep the Grapi 
archive safe and sound 
need I later. 

mX> ovfrar^t the frtA^rilg^f 

the ^cket library arc\4j6 arid" 
cop/the library 'soc«t. library' 
into^our Itbs: directory. This 
libriry allows us to /retend we 
a rerunning the A^2&' Internet 
software and then 
otiviafisly run the 
AS2c5 version of 



j^t trust me itytirks. 

ext up is tha^lF 
datatype. Ejifact the 
full archiy^o some 
place apfl read the 
inslyictions in tf" 
an^fiive on wbtife th© 

u are 
unfapMfrar' 

iga's daj^ffpe 
tiontJit^ar 

T /tiii<i^' 1 1 

installed. There's doc- 
uments in the archive 
but essentially, it just 



Fbce- 



FiHng up 

Bar in Mf.y fauUi:- w th 
dure j^o hare, wa should 
ready to rock afid rail. Link u' 
agaif\ (isn't sur phone-bill taki 
-bwtt* iny tuday) aid then clicJ<_on 
the A \4os3ic icT 
If II went wel 
AMoiaic attempt to n* 
conriBction to the 
pag*'. Yes that's ri! 
XhepMos^ic docunn 
newer versions an 
on/the WarJd Wid( 



'.AMt 



wiJI be stile to display GIFs with 
many colob*s. The down side is 
lat this will shi;w your machine 
since MUfW't the fastest 
GUI 3uhe best of ti?Nes let atone 
under ^^gh colour dejl 
Workbencl^ Those readers lucky 
enough to a^n a graphics Board 
will hardly notice. Matters canNbe 
improved by geljing AMosaicK 
ope n on its 

ou can resizeyiMosaic to 
hatever size you require and run 
aa many copies as ntemory per- 
mrts. All may be loggfed on to dif- 
ferent WWW sites. \ 

lemember it's easy to jump to 
a si^ with a very bad Imernet 

ction and you mqy discover 
itfte got tfi dowrifoad a 
IbOK picture and you reaj^y d on't — ■ 
fancy the prospect ax ID bytes per 
^^ secdnd, Click or the sqszzy 
otiatFa^^ l^upcing ball 



^^R^^oni' 
^^w th~ 



itiatFa^^ 
: 'home^^^ii 
Jto^^*TOtl 
y^^p eithe 



■ic 
most 
tatioj 

cif mation is 
lb itself and 
'^■ault will look it up 
Fhen it's first run. 
You'll notice xhaxAMosaic dis- 
^plays the teu first and draws the 
pictures asBflPprammatlc 
boxes at firS" Then it wiH negoti- 
ate the tracftfer of the (^ pic- 
tures, pu^p through ths GIF -s^ 
^datatype and finally display where 
the"BoxBS^weoa«^e^BPof this, 
thjj^igher the colpQn 
3Uf screen, thrfxietter Af 



any trans- 
ff to 



lerJJay. Moving 

r-^fe can be accomplished 



to.^nc€ 
,nder~ 
her-^ 

r by ret-acing yAr steps with 
the left arrow 'back /gad get or 
opening a new sitgrvia the 'Open' 
button. Possibly Sifelecting a site 
pre-entered intolhe phone- 
Clicking 'Add' gr the one BOOl^ar 
will insTarily ir'i::'..jde the curr^ 
site and positiori Into the oKone- 
book for^nstant access jiW the 
future^/ 

"ff you go 

home-page. 

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Net Gcxi Speaks 

ril go for tho throat 
this month witfi a long- 
standing grip>e of mine; 
whv is th«r« no com- 
mercial Internet eoft- 
ware, besides AmiTCP 
4.2, on the Amiga? f 

Before v^u flame me I 
should tell v<^u that I 
valu« shareware nnost 
highly. Only a cyber- 
nerd wvouid deny that 
it's because of share- 
ware we have any hope 
of surfing the 'net et 
all. Still, we haven't got 
the killer applications. 
No out-of-the-box easy- 
to -install and fully func^ 
tionai vtfeb browser for 
Instance. AMosaic is a 
valiant attempt but H 
could be better. If there 
was a commercial 
WWW browser and it 
was wicked, raise your 
hand if you'd fork out 
SO sovs for it? Thought 
so. Now repeat for mail 
and nevifs software. 

There's some reason- 
able shareware around 
{n those a^reas but I bet 
that there''s niany a net 
head that doesn't enjoy 
delving into the depths 
of uulib:config. Lord 
knows we've spend 
many an hour trying to 
figure out what some 
PD, compiled from Unix 
source, is actually look- 
ing for in the bizarre 
TCP ourn UUCP mongrel 
breed that lies at the 
heart the netted Amiga. 

Now Amiga 
Technologies UK boss^ 
Jonathan Anderson 
has has invited the 
developer community 
to con^e up with the 
ultimate easy-to-use 
Internet solution to be 
included with the .^ 

Amiga. So get busy, 's 
Ne^Mf would-be Amiga 
apit heads need you. ^ 



• 





Net God oalls for oomtneroial net software. 
Plus what's new on the scene. 




i. TIlE ITF tH (II fir Qput i will be Tilach wrlcnniiij. Th« iliiii df DpIH 
Si.^ Is anilallB Irani AbiimI EDfitn^TCPi'QpHfTP.lhi 



Net 

FTP for OiwKrtofv OntiK S 

GUI FTP cttents have come and 
gone in the past but none has 
caused in ore interest than the 
D/rectory Opus 5 FTP add-on, it 
miracijIouslY turns listers fnto FTP 
site representations, while the 
files which appear can be copied 
to and from this l-ister and the FTP 
add-on wiki perfornn the business 
end via AmiTCP and its own FTP 
client, It's even possible to per- 
form operations such as directly 
reading the contents of a text file 
or displaying a picture- 
Due to be released in a public 
demo version, the FTP add-on will 
be included with the Opus 5.2 
upgrade. The demo- is limited to 
onily a few anonymous sites in its 
phonebook, no abort function and 
only one session at a time. 
However it will give a taster to 
what Opus 5-2 offers the 'net 
user. The demo can be found on 
the Ami net comm/TCP/Opus 
FTRIha, The prospect of having 
multiple FTP listers open simulta- 
neously will prove an attractive 
incentive for Director/ Opus 5 
users connected to the Internel to 
upgrade. For more information, 
why not subscribe to the Opus 5 
mailing list by sending a mail to 
Ma j ordomoSbi rch 
. apana , orig . au with 'Subscribe 
dopus5' in the body- Posts to the 
list need to go to dopus5@birch. 



Spana , org . au . 

Xanollnk BBS 
Software 
chantie^ hattds 

The popular and pow- 
erful BBS software 
package, Xenof/nk Pro. 
has changed hands in 
3 surprise move by a 
group of Xenolink 
sysops buying out the 
rights to the software 
from the author 
Jonathan Forbes, 
The group of 12 
sysops took two months to 
finalise the deal under which they 
took control of the distribution 
and future development of the 
package. That's good news for 
Xenolink sysops that saw develop- 
ment falter asJonathan Forbes 
lost interest in the project in 
favour of his LZX archiver. 

Most of the team, calling them- 
selves 'Xenolink Inc', are program- 
mers themselves with plans to add 
serious new features to the pack- 
age. The UK support site is the 
Darkside BBS, managed by Robert 
Dale. You can reach Darkside on 
0181-771-9100, Rdonet: 2:254/524. 
E-Mail; rotadale® 



darkside , deition .cd .uk 

F'MicwiB* wHJiarm in 
«umm«r 

It's traditional that the traffic 
across Fidonet falls during the 
summer months. The unusuas ■ 
impressive summer of this yea* 
has had many Amiga Fidonette«» 
outdoors rather than participa', '<; 
in the Amiga specific echos in r» 
comfort of their homes. Also s*^ 
international AMIGA echo has 'sU 
its stateside connection reduc ' ; 
the phenomenal hundred mes- 
sages a day to just a couple ' 
has left die hard Fidonet lurker? 
no choice but to hang out in tt-* 
main echos such as AMIGA L' 
and WORKBENCH with the sn-- 
er echos falling into disuse. 

Demon newsgroups are alive i'. "!• 
flames and accusations conced- 
ing the constant presence of a 
few people who have, to their 
credit, supplied help and PD ut* 
ties to the masses. Some say 
these people play god an^d thai 
their word is law. To make up yom 
own mind, add 'demon. I p. sup- 
port. amiga' to your Newsgroups 
file and cheek it out for yoursel* 



CU Amiga Mailing List 

Now that CU Amiga Magaiine is nattad up directly, we've 
implemented two mailing lists which yom may subscribe to 
The first is 'cu-anr*ounce', a one way onlv list in which 
we'll post news, special offers and noteworthy events 
regarding the magazine. This vjH\ h<s a low traffic list. The 
second, 'cu-amj>ga\ is a general two w^ay mailing list for 
comments, suycjestions, criticisms and ideas for the mag»- 
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To subscribe to these lists, maiJ ' 

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'subscribe cu-announce' and/or 'subscribe cu-list' in the 
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VIDEOTRAKER 



omiietition results 

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iThe b 
IdaoTraoker 2.0 
tGA was givan 

lawav with the 
November 1994 

[Issue of CUL 
Amiga, giving 
every reader the 
chanoe to create 
stunning audio- 
visual demos 
using state of 
the art effects 
but with no need 
for any complex 
programming. 
We asked for 
VldeoTracker 
users to send in 
their best work 
for a showcase 
competition, 
liere are some 
of the best" 
entries and the 
ultimate winner. 



Low Spirit 

by Michel 'DIVIX' 
Bagmeijer, Holland 



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rifiiro i; IhE' :&[)undtrFii:k. 
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dtiwnlD l«|»nlt'ltie 
lowest <i\ lieqiiBneies 
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Thudd 

by John Leach, Uverpool 




Eternal iViadness 

by Digital Dreams, Hollai 




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Frequently 
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OK yOLi've got the accelerator, now 
you want even mora speed. Ifs not 
all plain sailing you know ... 



H Ql I have an 
accelerator card for my 
Amiga. Can I make it go 
Qivan faster? 

H A- Probably. First make sure 
M^t you have some extra 32-bit RAM. 

Tlie card's processor gses this 
extra RAM directly and it works 
much, much faster than memOTy 
on the Amiga, For example, fitting 
an 030 card to am A1200 will be a 
waste of time unless you get 
memory for it at the same time. If 
you do a lot of image rendering, 
get a Floating Pbirt Unit as vvell- 

■ Q- How do I add 

more lYiemorv? 

BA. Normally the memory is in 
the form of Simms {Single Inline 
Memory Modules) which ctip into 
place. The card will have either 
one Or two Simm sockets on It - 
which is a good reason to get the 
largest Simm you can to start with, 
so you don't have to throw the Old 
one away. 

B O- Oon't some Simms 
eeuse problems with the 
PCMCIA port? 

fl A. The Amiga A1 200's PCM- 
CIA port is mapped in memory to 
the same location that some accel- 
erator cards would place their sec- 
ond bank, of 4Mlj - this can cause 
problems. You can check where 
your memory is with the showcon- 
fig command at a Shell. Memory 
starting at S2000O00 will be a 
problem, memory starting at 
$1000000 will be fine. When buy- 
ing an expansion card ASK in 
advance if it Clashes with the PCM- 
CIA port, OF you might haVe prob- 
lems if you want to add a CD-ROM 
drive or external hard drive (internal 
hard drives will be unaffectedl. 



B O- Wthat speed of 
Simnn do I need? 

B A. Simms are rated by speed 

in terms of nanoseconds (1fr-9 of a 
seoondl, and common speeds are 
80ns, 70ns and GOns, The smaller 
the number, the faster the Simm is 
at providing access. Depending on 
the speed of your accelerator card, 
you may need Simms rated at cer- 
tain speeds - this can depend on 
the make o! the cacd, the Simm 
and the weather. However, a good 
rule of thumb is: 

Speed of Speed of 
accelerator memory 
card 

2B-28 MHz 60ns, 70llS, BOns, 
33 MHz 70ns, BOns 
40-l-MHz GOns 

As you can see, it is possible to 
use faster memory in slower cards 
(for example, 60ns memory with a 
25MHz card). Some cards allow 
you to put slower memory in faster 
cards (for example, 80ns in a 
40MHz card) by setting a jumper, 
but there is a speed penalty 

B Q. How C3n I tell the 
speed on my Simms? 

BA- There will be a number on 
the Simm ending in -6 or -7 or -9, 
or possibly -60, -70 or -90 corre- 
sponding to the speed in tens of 
nanoseconds (-7 and -70 will be 
the same thing - 70ns}. 

B Q. C^n I speed up nny 
fiocelerator by making il 
run faster? 

B A. Every CPU needs a clock 
signal, and ever^ accelerator with a 
CPU on board (for example, a 
6a030-based card for the A1200) 



will use a clock circuit to provide a 
constant 'tick'. The clock is the 
component that determines the 
speed of the processor the 33 MHz 
or 50MHz — where 'MHz' stands 
for 'Megahertz' and is a measure 
of the number of clock cycles per 
second. For example, SOMH; is 
fifty million 'ticks' a second. Quite 
a lot, huh? 

The clock circuit needs to be 
accurate, and so it depends on a 
quartz crystal. The CrySlal is pack- 
aged into a little oscillator chip 
(about a Icm square with four 
legs) which is usually silver or 
black. There will be a speed rating 
on the oscillator, such as '50.000'' 
for 50MHz. 

Sometimes it is possible to 
replace the oscillator with a faster 
rated one to get more speed, how- 
ever there are problems. 

B Q. Oh yeah? Uke 
what? I heard all the 
chip« were the same and 
they just printed 
whatever speed they 
wanted on them. 

B A. For a start, the accelerator 
card itself might not be able to run 
at 50MHz even though it worked 
at 33MH2 - this has nothing to do 
with the CPU used, but crosstalk 
and line effects on the PCB itself. 
Most manufacturers design their 
boards so they do work at differ- 
ent speeds because then they can 
sell different models. However, the 
RAM might not run fast enough as 
we discussed. 

However, there are big prob- 
lems associated with running a 
CPU faster than it was designed 
for - in other words, running a 
25MHz 68030 at 33MHz might not 
work properly You'll hear a lot of 
discussion about this on the Net. 
and there are plenty of loud- 
mouths around who will happily 
claim to be running a l6MHz 
eSOZOat lOOMHz. 

Think carefully before you try 
experimenting with clocking. Bare 
these points in mind, 
• Run a chip rated at 25MHz at 
40MHz and it will probably not 



work - i.e. the Amiga will not boot 
or crash within seconds. 

• The physics of electron ics tells 
us that if you run a chip faster, it 
gets hotter. The hotter it gets, the 
shorter its lifespan. 40 MHz chips 
can hopefully cope with heat bet- 
ter than 25MHz chips. Also, in an 
A 1200 there is no room for a 
heatsink: a piece of metal which 
clips to the top of the chip to take 
heat away. 69O40 chips get so hot 
than a miniature fan is needed to 
keep them cool, but 68060s all use 
3.3volts instead of 5votts ar>d 
therefore run cooler - which is 
why you'll see 06O cards for the 
A1200 rather than 040 ones, 

• If the chip gets too hot it may 
start making errors or even start to 
slow down. 

• If the chip is not rated for a 
speed it may be because it failed 
certain tests at the manufacturing 
stage. You don't have the extreme- 
ly expensive test gear needed to 
confirm the speed - what if your 
computer crashes whilst writing an 
important file to disk. 

Only you can decide if the risks 
inherent in running a chip faster 
than it's rated limit are worth the 
trouble. If you are lucky, nothing 
will happen and your 28MH2 sys- 
tem will run at 33MH2 for years. If 
you are unlucky the CPU will break 
and you will be without a comput- 
er until you get it replaced - you 
cannot repair a CPU. 

B Or. Can I swop CPUs? 

B A. No. The Miotorola family 
are not pin-for-pin compatiWe. 
You can't connect a 6S030 to the 
socket of a 63020. or a 66040 to 
a 66030. For example, if you have 
a Amiga 4000 with a 68030 CPU 
you will need to replace the 
entire processor board -with a 
WarpEngine or CyberStorm per- 
haps. The 63060 is slightly differ- 
ent and was designed to fit into 
a 68040 socket by means of a 
small adaptor card - theoretically 
making it possible to use a 
63060 in a WarpEngine or other 
68040 card.* 
John Kennedy 



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This month there's plenty of ideas to help you shape up your Woricbench: 
you can stretch it, add some lively patterns or just have some fun with it. 
Plus there's lots of Workbench -specific PD programs to try out. 



Ohere is a lot of fyn to 
be had, not to mention 
time to be saved, by 
experimenting with the 
hundreds of small programs 
which folks have written to alter 
the way in which Workbench 
works. This wealth of programs 
is a consequence of the very flex- 
ible design of Workbench, which 
nneans updating the system to 
use new features or tricks is 
quite straightforward. 

From programs which have no 
real main function but are fun 
anyway to some damn handy util- 
ities there's a lot to choose from. 
Here's a run down of some of the 
utility programs IVe been playing 
around with this morith. 

All the software looked at in 
this article came from the Aminet 
6 CD-ROM, You can find it In the 
utils/wb drawer either on this 
disk or on the real Aminet 
Internet FTP site. Alternatively, 
many BBSs will have it - includ- 
ing The Heart of Gold on 01247 
274919 because I put it there 
myself because that's the type of 
considerate guy 1 am. 



Bend and — 

Try stfetching your 
Workbench How does 1024 
bv 1024 ^ound? Big 
enough? Gocd, sM you need 
to do is click 'off' the 
default sortings in the 
Screen Mode requester and 
fill in some larger values- 
Once ¥«>f have s^eiected USE 
Vour Workbench wi^ll be 
redrawn (remember to shut 
down any Shells or other 
programs SO the Screen can 
be closed and re-op*ned) 
and your new bumper size 
display is at your disiiosal. 
Simply move the pointer to 
the left or bottom, and the 
screen will scroll to display 
the extra area. 




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Rings VI. 1 

Let's start with an easy one - a 
Workbench utility that has no 
earthly purpose whatsoever: 
Rings by Tim Kreuzer. It's 
described as a public-screen 
'Moving Ring' graphic display, 
and that's exactly what it does. 

It has no purpose otherthan 
to sit on your Workbench and 
well, ring. 

That's all it will ever do. Why? 
Because that's what it is suppose 
to do, It's 'eye candy', 
and if you don't like it, i m -^yye^si^ace 
you don't have to use B|gBoy i 
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source is also incfuded, which is 
very valuable by itself, 



WBExtender 

If you do like your Workbench 
screen title bar, and you also want 
a handy way of checking your 
hardware (in case someone 
sneaks into your room and swops 
CPUs on you) you'll be interested 
in this commodity. Written by 
Martin Berndt, this extension will 
keep you up to date on your hard- 



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FreaSpace 

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iVetty picture 

Add a decent pattern to 
get rid of that boring grsy 
coloui' in the background. 
if vou don't have a lot of 
extra memory> yov can 
use a simple repeating 
texture from the 
Prefs/WBPattern program 
- remember that as well 
as using the example tex- 
tures, you can draw your 
own If you want« If you tlo 
happen have a little RAM 
to spare (and e graphics 
card helps a tot here, as it 
takes the screen memory 
from Fast RAM rather 
than Chip RAM} you can 
add a huge digitised pic> 
ture with hundreds of 
colours. I apand days at a 
time creating various 
abstract temtures \fi The 
Art Department image 
procosaing program. Try 
loading Photogonfcs and 
having a bash with the 
Plasma textures. 
Remember to lighten the 
pattern so that dark text 
has a good contrast and 
can be read against it, and 
also to send in your exam- 
ples so we can pick soma 
good ones to print in the 
magazine (and make avail' 
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ware and provide other little snip- 
pets of news in the title bar, 

AAVD14 

hi}w here is Sornetiiing more MSe- 
ful - Almost A Vinual Desktop in 
fact. AAVD was written by Jimmy 
Westerlund arrd if you fiave ever 
used an XWiridows systenn you'll 
know all about it. What, you 
haven't? Well, remember that bit 
about resizing the Workbench and 
scrolling around inside it to get 
more space to work m7 No. Weil 



Do this now 

Stop your Workbench act- 
ing as g backdrop window, 
bv closing down tKe first 
item in the top left menu. 
Sav« the window along 
with the rest of your nor- 
mal disk And icon position- 
al settings. Why? Because 
it's prettv useless and if 
you are running a standard 
PAL screen it takes up 
valuable space. 



UorOnx^cit Sci'Hi^' 



read the boxout entitled Bend 
ar>d.,. now, OK dor>e that, wel- 
come back. Now wouldn't it be 
nice to have a little snapshot of all 
the windows In the display, so you 
could find each one quickty? 
That's what AAVD does - it dis- 
plays a minute copy of the 
Workbench in a little Window all 
of its own. AAVD even allows you 
to move and resize Ihe teeny little 
Windows as weil and it's actually 
a lot of fun. 

XSize32 

Here is another XWindows 
inspired utility which adds a little 
bit extra to your Amiga. Carsten 
Melberg and Gunther Rehm have 
created a utility which afters the 
way in which you size windows 
on the Workbench. Try it - you 
might like it. 

SVstemPh'efs 

fn a similar vein, Richard Korber's 
System Preferences editor will pro- 
vide you with an easy-to-use way 
of altering CPU settings. It will be 
of most use to 66040 owners, who 



have the various caches at tKeir 
disposal. Quite why they would 
want to swrteh them: off and slow 
down their system, is of course, a 
mystery. Perhaps if you only switch 
then^on for half an hour a day you 
appreciate them more, 

MagicColours 

So you like MagicWorkBench do 
you? (I still like it better than 
Newlcons for some reason) but 



found that using more than a few 
colours in my Workbench prefer- 
ences caused my icons to go all 
funny. As ever, this was a conse- 
quence of the Amiga's liking ror 
screwing up any hut the first four 
colours. The MagicColours utifity 
forces them hack to sensible 
blues and greys — essential if you 
have a graphics card like I do 
(srnug mode on}, ■ 
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Hcaw to handle your new display 

If you find me king it all the way back to the menus a little 
tedious with ypur new wide screen (see stretch box out}, 
hunt out the fConteot program, which \a also in th* Prefs 
drawer, and click on the 'Screen Menu Snap' button. From 
now on when you select a menu, no matter inrhere yau are, 
the screen will snap back to the menu displays. 

Tfiis extra large diftplay track can ba very handy at times, 
and a lot more than a gimmick. Fm>agine for a moment that 
you are using a program which opens a long display and 
detailed window, anti you need to use e scroll bar to step 
up and down. There will usually be a noticeable delay as 
the new screen contents are redrawn. Now make a huge 

screen, and drag the program's 
display window down into the 
unused space. Now you can scroll 
up and down in e jiffy, because 
nothing needs redrawn. The extra 
Workbench space is already used, 
and the Amiga only needs to point 
the Workbench viewport to a dif' 
ferent location. This trick j$ espe* 
cially useful for use witti DTP and 
World Wide Web browsers and it 
even works on graphics cards too, 
where the Chip RAM limit is 
removed you can have some seri- 
ously gigantic displays. 



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RAM fnuncher 

^^m I have a standard 
jjBpi^ A600, to which I have 
JBT^ ^krecentiy added a 
UBflfGasteiner 120Mb 
^^B^ hard drive. The prob- 
lem is that I cannot run any of my 
1 Mb software, as the computer 
says it does not have enough 
memoFY availabJe, even though it 
does from floppy. 

I have contacted Gasteiner 
about this, and although they 
were polite, they were of little 
help. The engineer told nne that 
the hard drive uses up some of 
the RAM, so 1Mb games will not 
run from il. even though they 
install perfectly all right and those 
that do run will probably be slow- 
er He said the only way to solve 
this was to add more memoniC. So 
I have two questions: 

1 . Is there any way to get the 
hard drive to write itself off the 
memory as the software loads, or 
any PD software that can do this? 

2. Are there any ways to add 
more memory to the computer, 
as the trapdoor slot is in use? 

D«ve Simmons 
Hitchin 

Giisieiner were right, hut the solution 
is iimpler than yau think. 
1 . The hard drive itsex i</me merti' 
ory to load the Wttrkbench sysltm 
and iome more is memttry is used 
for a ffttffer wiienever the hard drive 
is enabled, so yon don't have a full 
1Mb once it has booted. Yoii catt 
reduce the umoartt ofKAM that's 
used during the boot sequence by 
ht)ldiag down both mouse buttons 
on power-up and selecting Boot 
With yo Startup-Seijuence. You catt 
then run programs directly frotn the 
Shell (bearing in mind that you'll 
also have to enter the relevant 
aasign commands). 
2. . The hard drive is connected to 
you Amiga 's internai IDE interface. 



which is not the same as the trapdoor 
expanaion pnrt. Buy a memory 
expansion to plug into the trapdoor 
and your problems »>Hl be over. 
There are nho HAM cards far the 
t^MClA sht though this memory is 
more expensive and slower. 




I am the happy owner 
of an A120O with an 
linternal hard disk, an 
1 030 accelerator and 
4Mb fast RAM, My 
free hard disk space is beginning 
to run low, so I ann going to buy 
some more. Naturally. I want a 
PCMCIA hard disk, rather than 
having to discard the one inside 
my Amiga in favour of a larger 
one. Can you tell me if my GVP 
AT 230 Turbo + accelerator is 
interfering with the PCMCIA inter- 
face so I can't use it? if not will it 
if I add another 4Mb of RAM? 

Sune Johansson 
Denmark 

Yau are right to be concerned about 
the trapdoor accelerator memory 
interfering with the t'CMCiA port. 
However, this generally occurs if the 
trapdoor RAM exceeds 4Mb. So cur- 
rently you could add a PCMCIA hard 
drive but coatd not if you added 
another 4Mb of memory to your GVP 
accelerator, tyne option might be an 
external box allowing you to connect 
another drive to yt)ur IDIi port alottg 
with yimr existing hard drive. 
However, it's our recommendation 
that >'0|i consider getting rid of the 
smaller drive and buying a larger 3.5" 
IDE unit. Prices of these drives, have 
fallctt and they're much faster too. 

Adorage tutorial 

®V\/iil you be doing oi 
tutorial for the mar- 
vellous cover disk 
Adofage 2.0? in Aptil 
1 994 you gave away 



Adorage 1.81. Unfortunately I wa?: 
never able to get very far with 
that one even though I followed 
the instructions carefutly. This 
time I can actually get all the 
demos and effects to work. I 
thought "Great, now I can really 
blind them all with the effects I 
want to show". Alas again I am 
stumped, although I have used 
Interlace and stretctied fow reso- 
lution pictures and saved them as 
interlace, Adofage will not accept 
the files. What am t doing wrong ^ 

I have a bog-standard At 200 
with an internaf and external flop- 
py. Following the instructions I 
get nowhere even with all the 
peripherals disconnected. I am 
using a MicroVitec monitor and 
the disks must have copied OK 
or I would not be getting the pro- 
gram to the point that 1 am. The 
Adorage program statement says 
"Incorrect File", 

Alan Rushton 
Tenerife 

We vili not be running a tutorial in 
the tnagasnefor .\darage 2.6 as you 
can learn a great deal about (he pro- 
gram from the free video tutorial, as 
oilverlised On the July I99S issue. Yarn 
can contact Uurgess Video on 
(fiS74 611 633. Without knowiitu 
exactly where you une in the program 
when the error menace appears, it's 
impossible for us to tell what is going 
wrong. If the video doesn't solve your 
needs write to as with more details. 



emulator 

^^^^ 1 . Do you know of 
^HQl an Amstrad CPC4€4 
Hj^QB emulator forihe 
^m^V Amiga? I have seen 

^^^^ one advertised for 
the PC. so if there isn't an Amiga 
specific emulator, could I use the 
PC ones with PC Task? 



122 1 




2. Could you settle an argumenl 

between m^ and a coupfe of 
friends? I say that the Amiga (be it 
A1200 or CD321 could handle the 
PC range of Staf Wars games \X- 
Wing, Dark Forces, etc) if there 
was less detafi on the graphics. 
Could the machine handle it, or 
am I living in high hopes? If the 
Amiga can handle it when will we 
see a conversion?!!? 

3. This is more of a plead than a 
query, but does anyone out there 
have any old games they would 
like to sell or swop? 1 am particu- 
larly looking for Barbarian (the one 
on one sword fighting version), 
Ikari WarriofS, Renegade, and the 
Star Wars arcade conversions (the 
3D onesS, and loads more! 
PLEASE HELP! I'm desperate for 
Batbariar}] I'll swap FIFA for 
Barbarian ? or 2! Helpf 

Yours hopefully, David 
Campbell, 21 2A Broomhouse Ftd, 
Edinburgh EH12 9AD. 

1 . W^'ve never earns' aerosfi any 
Amxtrad ewulators for the Amiga. In 
theory yuu xkouttl **■ able to run the 
PC Amstrad emulator pn^ram on 
the Amiga using PC Taxk, hut dan 't 
count oa it being a worihwhiie mis- 
sion. Wf\y notjuit buy a real 
Amstrad 464, If at then again, why 
bother at ait? 

2 . A year ago most tt/ould have said 
the Amiga coitldn't handle texture- 
mapped JD games like Dark Forces, 
bat Gloom, Fears and Alien Breed 
,iD have prttved etherwiie. Whether 
we 'II see an official Amiga canver- 
sions of Darii Forces depends oa 
hvw iOO>n the major software pub- 
lishers regain their faith itt the 
Amiga game a market. 




disks 

Could you please 
help? I have just 
completed two 
games constructed 
on Shoot Em Up 
Construction Kit SEUCK {as given 
away on one of your cover disks) 
and I wish to put them on a self 
booting disk. I have tried the 
methods described in your 
SEUCK tutorials but neither 
worked, the second method 
coming up "Unable to open your 
tool "i/iconX" 

Is there amy software to 
enable me to make my own self 
booting disks, plus software to 
enable me to put in graphic 
intros with music, and that will 
let me make my own menus etc. 
I have heard that some good 
software programs are available 
on PD. If so could you please tell 



me which is the best and the 
easiest to use, 

Alan Calon 
Northampton 

There are a few utilities in the puMie 
domain to help you create aatoboftt- 
ing disks, A Ht&Boot 5 will da this, 
and although it isn 't actualiy Public 
Domain, it's ayailabteforll plun 
sop post and faekinf; from € yamaU, 
&3 Manchester Road, WilmsloWy 
Cheshire. To add a menu to the disk, 
try WB Menu Launcher (disk no. 
mSSjfrom Software 2000. Check 
their advert in this issue for details. 

The reasan why the IconX 
method failed was due to IconX not 
beinfi in the current directory. Edit 
the icon information and insert 
*C: IconX' in instead, 

Sarial killer 

^^m I have an A1200 with 
Jm^T^ 2Mb of Fast RAM, I 
flJlp^A just sold the grand- 
^^ ^^P "mother to get a US 

-i^^r Robotics Courier 
modem. The full V34 28,800 baud 
jobbie. Now the question is, since 
the manual recommends that it's 
run at 1 15,200 baud between the 
computer and the modem, I'm 
worried that my A1200 can't han- 
dle that rate since I have been 
told by my chums that no more 
than 38,400 should be used. Does 
that mean I can't take advantage 
of 4 to 1 compression for a higher 
throughput? What is the highest 
rate that I can safely use on my 
A1200's seriai ports? Do the third 
party PD serial devices heip? 

Anthony Brfce 
North Harrow 

The originai Amiga designers didn't 
see a need far a fast and powerful 
serial port on the Amiga. Alas only 
now are we beginning to feel the 
effects of the inadequate 1 byte 
buffer that it has. We recommend 
that you use 57,60t) baud. This h 
about the maximum your machine 
can handle without errors and 
should perform fauUlesuly if you are 
careful to l^ee^your machine's activ- 
ity to a minimum while transferring 
data. The third party serial devices 
can be more bother than they are 
worth. The Commodore V3S,4 serial 
device provided with your machine is 
perfectly adequate. 

DTP ScrftftkMis 

^^a^ I currently own an 
^P^ A12aO (only 2Mb rm 
^H^^H afraid) with an 30Mb 

^^^^V hard drive. I am inter- 
^^^^ ested in producing 
pamphlets, small catalogues. 



leaflets etc, preferably including 
those of a glossy nature. 

I am also interested in pro- 
gramming {just learning Easy 
Amos), with a view to producing 
educational software. I would like 
to produce some animated 
works too, 

1 . Aside from the obvious need 
for more m.emory (how much?) 
what software and hardware 
would you recommend in my pur- 
suit of excellence? 

2. Should I swop my Citizen ABC 
for a different printer? 

3. How can I put my camcorder 
to good use with these projects, 
and what software is best for this? 

Trevor Jon«s 
Lincoln 

PageStream 2 is on one of this 
month 's cover dinks and is an 
extremely powerful DTP package. We 
aho recommend PageStream J.Oi (or 
PageStream 3.1 whert ifs released). 
See our review on fmge S3 of this 
issue. Yau could upgrade your printer, 
but don"! expect to be able to output 
glossy leaflets directly from your 
Amiga to a primer without spending a 
very targe sum of money. For this 
work you should supply a printing 
company with your documents in 
Encapsulated Postscript form on disk 
and let them handle the printing. 
Your camcorder can be put to 
good use as a video digitiser source. 
Check out ProGrab 24RT from 
Gordon Harwoods on 01773 836 781, 
They now have both a composite 
video and an S-VHS version avail- 
able, S-VHS gives superior results, 
SO go for that one if your camcorder 
is S'VffS compatible. 

Zippy drives 

Having read your 
review of the Zip 
drive, I can't be with- 
out this amazing 
device any longer 
However, my A1200 has no SCSI 
provision at the moment. My trap- 
door is free and I'm don't know 
whether to go for one of the 
cheaper SCSIonly cards and possi- 
bly the Squirrel PCMCIA interface 
or an accelerator with a SCSI pro- 
vision, (t seems to be that the 
accelerator add-ons are 'DMA 
where the SCSI-only cards and the 
Squirrel are not. What is the differ- 
ence between the two and would I 
notice it on the Zip device? 

E. Johnson 
Texas 

Aside from the benefit of the speed of 
the accelerators, 'DMA' or Direct 
Memory At:ce.^s, is indeed a valuable 





feature. This means that the .?CS/ 
controller can transfer data directly 
to the memory on the accelerator 
hoard without bothering the CPU 
with the process. The internal IDE 
interface on the .'11200 also has 
DMA. In this case the CPU has a 
lighter load, which keeps other pro- 
grams running at speed white you 
had and .^ve files. Access times are 
also improved with DMA. The Zip 
drive's transfer rate of 1Mb per sec- 
ond will not tax a SCSI interface, so 
access times wilt only be stowed if the 
CPU has too much to da at ance^ 

CyberGraptiX 

I have a Picollo SD64 
graphics board which I 
I use with all my graph- 
ics related packages 
to maximum effect 
and I'm: most happy with it general- 
ly. Currently I'm running the EGS 
7.1 system: on It because although 
the CyberGraphX RTG system is 
better, the screen mode editor 
sucks rocks and I can't create the 
screen modes that I have under 
EGS. What can I do? Can I port the 
EGS monitor definitions across to 
CyberGraphX somehow? Any help 
would save me the inevitable EGS 
crash and burns that I suffer on a 
daily basis and I can move to 
CyberGraphX permanently. 

K. hlenrie$«v 
Duhlin 

We also found CyberGraphX to he the 
superior RTG system to run on 
graphics boards. Certainly it's gmniag 
rapid acceptance in new applications 
and viewers and may at last be the 24' 
hit intuition standard the Amiga 
needs. However, we too have had 
problems using 'CV Mode ' to create 
new screens. The only advice we can 
offer is that you write down the num- 
bers in the EGS "^tweaker* and attempt 
to enter them into the CV Mode pro- 
gram. With some perseverance, start- 
ing with getting the key values like 
Pixel Clock correct, you should l>e 
able to replicate your favourite screen 
modes in no time. With the advent of 
CybeKTraphX turning into a cummer-' 
ciM product for ail Amiga graphics 
hoards, let's hope this weak aspect 
improves with future development.^ 



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It Can Be Donel 

Having s«en $i>me of the incredible 
deinos on tlie PD scene I found myself 
thinking: "Why don't software compa- 
ntes gives these people jobs so they 
can create incredible games". If you 
watch "Br^in State In A Box", one of 
th« sections looks a lot like Magic 
Carpet on a high end PC Sureiy it 
wouldn't be too hard to use this code in 
a game? If garner like this came DUt for 
the Amiga there would be a lot more 
interest in the machine. Escom could 
get involved and they could use graph- 
ics from the game in adverts on TV. 
Programmers like Mark Sibly «od his 
Kiwi mates have show/n what a fantas- 
tic games machine the Amiga can be. I 
hope they keep up the good work, as 
currently their games and those made 
by Bullfrog |vi/ill they do any more 
games for the Amiga?) are the only 
ones worth buying, H ts good to see 
tidflt giames like Super Skidmarks oirt- 
seil over- hyped turkeys like Pise Of The 
Robots and limfted console games alike. 
If there h «ny justice Gloom should 
make more money for them than 
Csnnon Fodder 2 did for Sensible 
Software (a cash-in if ever I saw one). 



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CU-Tbe One Amiga? 

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they closed The One. and I hope they recon- 
sider and release it again, because it was the 
BEST games mag. 

Maybe you will print my letter in the still 
great CU Amiga, and I hope you don't get 
incorporated into PC User, 

Michael Rupprecht, Germarry. 

Good news: The One has been bought from 
EMAP by another publisher, and will once 
again grace the newsagent shelves as a com- 
plete magazine, AH previous subscriptions will 
be honoured. 

High powered wornert 

Having a hign pressure job, I play computer 
games to CALM DO'WW. I like games where 
you can go completely mad, killing everyone 
in sight, ripping their limbs from their. mutilat- 
ed bodies. How about a game where you trav- 
e^l to exotic locations such as Singapore and 



Australia, and nfiurder all the men you can 
even if they only look slightly like one of your 
ex-husbands. 

J Barryson, Saffron Walden. 

Hmm. it's a craiy idea ami. hey it might Just work. 
Who JtnflH'jp maybe any ioftwsr<e developers reading 
this might take' up the idea, tn she meantime may I 
suggest therapy? AH that anger can't he goad for 
you. Breath in deeply and repeal afier me: "in Mth 
anger," tww breathe out shwiy chanting the wordl 
"out with love" . Dan'i you just fed better already? 



The best game evor 

I have just purchased Gfoorn, and I reckon it is 
one of the best games ever. It says in the box 
that there will be data disks available in the 
future. It would be great if there were new 
things such as water, vehicles, different 
weapons, and other people like civilians, or 
soldiers who were on your side. If you think 
any of these ideas are possible could you pass 
them on to the developers, 

Gary Beadle, Huntington. 

Consider them passed on. Look out for Gloom 2, 
plus some exclusive data diJtks ci>mi»s soon ... 

Ncit the best game ever 

I have been reading so much abouE Gfoorn ana 
I really want to play it, but i only have a 1 Mb 
A500. Are there any good substitutes, I can't 
afford to upgrade? 

Philip Uirson, Clacton. 

BBC emulator? 

I have a collection of BBC games on a 3.5" 
disk and I am desperate to play them again. Is 
there an emulator that will allow me to play 
them on my Amiga, and if so A; How fast B; 
Where can I get it from? 

Matt Bariow, Loughton. 

We haven't come across any, but ^anyQne else 
krufws of one, fill m in. 

Amiga back on cx>urse 

■When will Escom actually get some Amigas 
into the shops? Its been months since they 
bought Commodore and they've been floggir>g 
PCs in Rumbelows for ages. I have heard they 
intend to charge £400 for a regular A1200! At 
this price the Amiga is doomed unless Escom 
make it a super charged accelerated sex 



126 



BACKCHAT 



ftn FAK WDI 



By GARY lARSON 




' W«ll, hH* h« comM -ftfr^ H**M--Mtk«t-*-DuCl.' 



machine. If I see the man from Escom 'investi- 
gating' round my wav I'H stici? a dodgy PC up 
liis trencli coat, 

Dan, Luton. 

There shostid be Amigas in the shops by the lime 

y&u read this, or failing (hat. 'real soon now\ 
The Amiga will he ioU through Escom's self-titled 
high street retail shopa, well in time for Chriilma^. 

See ihe Netn'i- .•ieciion in this isiue/or aii the 
iate.ll developments.. 

Where's Daytona? 

I own a CD32 and I was wondering why none 
of the games look anywhere near as spectacu- 
lar as those on the Sega Saturn. The CD32: is 
32 bit and has a CD drive like tfie Saturn, so 
why don't we see games like Daytona avail- 
able for it? 

I ann unhappy with nny CD32 because even 
though there are some very good games for it, 
you can get games just as good on an A1200 
or even a A500. I tfiink that it will probably go 
the same way as the CDTV which would be a 
real shame, 

Colin Curly, Newcastle. 

The reasoti the Saturn ismi Playstation can handle 
games like Daytona is that they have custom hard- 
ware specifically designed for animating 3D 
graphics. Sega have the advantage of their coin-op 
lechnalogy, which can be filtered down to a cost- 
effective C0f)sumi€r level and squeezed into a con- 
sole. E scant .leent lo want to svt'eep she CD32 
under the carpet, with no immediate pians 10 put it 
hack into production in its origiitiii form. However, 
there's a chance thai it may resurface in 1996. 

Abandon ship 

Tfie closure of The One has got me worried. 
Will CU close too? I hope not, I think this clo- 
sure is a sign that every body is getting ready 
to ditch the Amiga and jump on- the PC/super 
console bandwagon. 

If something pretty amazing doesn't 



happen to the Amiga soon all the rats will 
have left ttiis Sinking (but repairable) Ship. 

S. Sharps, Hunstanton. 

As H'p all know, there's plenty of life left in the 
Amiga, flowever one of the problems it will face 
after Us relaunch is that ihe A 1200 is still being 
sold off the shelf with 2Mb of RAM and a 1 70Mb 
hard drive as an option. As these are the oniy tn'O 
configurations in which EscOm are supplying the 
A1200 to retailers, perhapi the retailers themselves 
coutd start making up their own powered-ttp sys- 
tems (as they do with PCs) , with bigger hard dri- 
ves, SCSI interfaces, e.xtra RAM and accelerators. 
This way the Amiifu could be seen by the public to 
be on an equal footing with sub-£l .000 PC systems 
as far as specifications go, with ail the added ben- 
efits only the Amiga can offer. Finally, don't CU 
Amiga Magazine will be here for a lotif^ time to 
come yel, 

If s true - I swear 

On reading the March issue of CU Amiga I 
noticed the game called The,Patndan (VFM 
page 66) , and thought that you may be inter- 
ested to know that there are currently a group 
of people called 'Patricians' who encourage 
people to apostleship. 

This religious group was founded by Frank 
Duff in 1955 to build up the religious Jcnowfl- 
edge of the people, to leach them how to 
explain themselves and to encouirage them 
to apostleship. 
Mrs PatrfCia WalsK, Dublin, 

Well, yoti learn something every day don't you? By 
the way, thanks for the near tittle book. Spy thrillers 

and horror-fctntasy novels are more our style, but 
we're open ion hit of apostleship conversion from 
time to time. 

Cheap sales trick 

Do you realty have to resort to putting pictures 
of women in swim suits on your covers in 
order to sell your magazine? I was under the 
impression that this was a computer mag, not 
some second rate 'adult interest' rag. Please 
don't let it become a habit. 

Nick Russel, Ayreshirs. 

According to most comments, it was well liked ... 

Congratulationsl 

May I congratuleiie you on your best ever cover! 
It's all very well putting Amigas and disk drives 
on magazine covers, but that picture of ftmela 
Anderson was just the best! Don't let those 
party-poopers tell you it's sexist either - it's just 
the same as girls' mags having a topless shot 
of some hunk in his boxers on their covers? 

James Barlow, Sussex. 



Send It in, go on 

Go on , you know you want to. Wfite it down 
and send it to ug at CU Amiga Magiazine, 
30-32 Farringdon lane, Lontton EC1R 3AU oi- 
Email us at backch8t@cu-amiga.demQn.co.uk. 





TEAM TALK 

It's September and it's 
iaacic to school time. 
Except for the CU team, 
who have bunked off to 
discuss their most 
embarrassing back to 
school moments. 
ALAN DYKES 



On rEtiriii| ta schiiil lEter tke sum- 
net hvliiiy, 'Dyices^' as lie wis then 
hntwn, isn liimseir ^crwn for r«|i3!Qi- 
lioi at tke front ol Ihi cli» mi unit 
Id Inr his name to he called ML Smh 
tine Ister, it fiiiHy dnnei - Bi^Eair 
WIS i»H s tbiNI rwt mhI slwilit have 
been in the ufipef ichotl liriliiigl 



USA COLLINS 

Foar Lsi, Whilst she was dettiifj up 
the mai if hsf dretnii di the first 
it} bicli, she tl)iii|ht she harl lier 
hand in her pickei. lJnlcnun?t«ly her 
hand was gratfiiaHy OMniits ihe siie 
af tier skin revealini ^hrerTliliiiB tl 4ll 
and viniiif. Ta this day she it 
AinhM that n« oa« natieed- 



TONY MORGAN 

I These diaifs Tony woilin'l ohjecl ti 
Ivria; his cloilies ripiped off hf a 
lincli gl enthjsiasiic ynuni ladiei, 
I lit the rtlHsl dt-basgiii| sistim stA- 
' fered in the doikngin i<t this Iresh- 
faced liisl tear wu a diHerenl slonr. 
What a lOBif iofa it was th^ his main 
had sent him out wiili Eleaa Y-irenU, 

MAT BETT1NSON 



Mat's most «nbiiTn«Rt sclinl 
ifiii)ir«iit was wIkr ke fel asleep ii the 
cnnpater mom with his head ar a kef- 
bstrd. The real hLmiliolian tame when 
his teacher made him d«an u|i all tlie 
drihfale hsrn the hcf s In Innt il the 
class, CH coarse tttat sort il iMitg hap- 
pens all die Dne ia the CU office. 



HELEN DANBY 



Mld-RiannEred Ms QaatiT was sitce • 
refa^llinos puah, EomplelE with a spiky 
Mbicai. Daiiitg en« al those post- 
■■■Ht 'exfenmeitar pheses, she 
taiaif ei her faantel witli a WBlBr4i(> 
uhle spraf . A Rdin shewet WH al it 
taoli tn wash the bload-red dye all over 
her best Teipole Tudsr I-shirt 



JOHN KENNEDY 



Mast hids gel ts know their new cliit> 
mates with a cornbinalian (vf CDnverU* 
figa, plafgrouad japes aod leneiaH 
sicial iint^actian. However, Joha 
S9M|h1 1 more direct roaie wkea it 
cane la his lent«le das^maies, prefer- 
rias to crawl around under lh« desk* 
10 eiamine llieif iin^derwsiar. 







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know about CD-ROM 
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liiGludes: 



• CD-ROM drive 



guide 



• CD-ROiVI disic buyers guide 

• CD-ROIVI Q&A 

Next month wre're i^ro^uolng two different 
versions of CU Amiga Magazine and if 
Vou're a CD-ROM user, or are interested in 
getting a CO>ROM drive yc'Li'll just love 
what's on offer. November's CU Amiga 
iVIagazine will give you the option of 
purchasing either the standard, top value 
two floppy disk CU Amiga Magazine or a 
special CD-ROM edition with a single disk, 
providing you with over 600Mb of utilities, 
demos, games, fonts and clip art. And if 
you've been following this month's desktop 
publishing feature the CD-ROM will provide 
you vvith absolutely tons of material to 
work withi 

Not in November ... 

Worms. No, despite our promise of a full 
revleiw this month someone left a ba0 
of salt near Andy Davidson's Amiga 
and Worms has slipped by two 

months. We'll have 
it in December. 
Maybe. 





Plus: 

Cinema 4-D 

The pretender to the rendering crown. 
After minor development delays it's 
finally ready for review: we put it 
through its paces next month. 

IcU Amiga Magazine's November 1995 
CD>>ROM special issue m on sale on 
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Ot didn't seem to matter 
that your hero looked 
like a banana milkshake 
and the advancing alien 
scum resembled out-of-focus 
nose pickings. Those were the 
days when the C64 reigned 
supreme, and game play was 
more important than anything. We 
didn't expect fancy graphic graph- 
ics because we knew it just was- 
n't possible to represent anything 
resembling reality, 

But now ... 

If like me. you grew up with 
appalling graphics, you may not 
hold much stock in the games that 
excite the youth of today I fail to 
be impressed by awesome mon- 
sters who look frighteningly realis- 
tic but couldn't fight their way out 
of a paper bag, See fifSB of the 
Robots for an example of this. Give 
me 3 good old top down looks- 
like-nothing-in-real ity vertical shoot 
'em up any day You can keep your 
modern ganning efforts and I'll 
stick with the past. 

Confound it all then if \ wasn't 
dragged kicking and screaming 
into the 90s game scene when I 
saw Mark Sibly's Gloom for the 
first time. 'They' said it 
couldn't be done on the 
Amiga, A red rag to 




what? It wasn't long before demo 
coders started earnestly lashing 
up Doomesque 3D texture 
mapping er^gmes. 

Old and new game players alike 
can't fail to be drawn into tjie 
atmosphere of this game. It could 
just be what the Amiga needs 
right now. 

Gloom has been programmed 
to play as fast as possible on any^ 
thing from a basic A1200 upwards, 
with the option to expand the dis- 
play right up to full screen size, 
even though a full screen display is 
rather slow on a low-end Amiga. 
This means Jiigher-spec Amiga 
users get to play the game to the 
best of their computer's abilities. 

Too complex? 

Another game which has catapult- 
ed me forward into the 90s i& 
Team \T5Men Breed 3D. This a 
slightly more complex game then 
Gloom (technically speaking) and 
has extra work to do with its multi- 
level floors, stairways and vector 
objects. It's been aimed at lower- 
end Amigas, and has had its 
gameplay window reduced in 
order to keep the speed up, 
regardless of whether it's running 
on a 50MHz 68060 A4000, a basic 
A1200, or anything in between. 
The problem here, though, is 
that the Amiga is not really 
suited to this type of graph- 
ics. Without going into the 
technicalities, it takes 
longer to draw a single 
dot on the Amiga's screen 
than a PC type 'chunky' 
screen. So at the end of the 
day, the CPU is overtaxed by 
having to convert between the 
different formats. The 
^^ graphics co-processor 
,^^ helps but it still 
^^ means these games 

can be a pale 
■^■^ shadow of 

Doom on 
_ ^ the PC. 



Unless of course, Amiga 

enthusiasts decide it's time to 
stop putting up with it and 
power-up their machines to make 
the most of the available soft- 
ware out there. When Doom 
arrived on the PC, suddenly the 
PC owner's 286 wasn't enough.. 
Doom was the Mano Brothers of 
the PC, the killer game that people 
would spend serious amounts of 
money to play because it was so 
damned good. The same scenario 
has now descended on the Amiga 
platform. Sure these texture- 
mapped games work on a stock 
A1200 but you're in for a long wait : 
between frame update times. 
Men BfeedJD really DOES need 
some serious CPU to move along 
at a decent frame rate. Even 
though it occupies a measly letter 
box in the centre of your screen. 
Best upgrade if you want to get 
the best out of these games. 

Pulling power 

People will upgrade if they're given 
an incentive. They want full screen 
action and they'll buy the hardware 
to get it. Obviously playing a 
Doom clone won't be the only rea- 
son since their serious applications 
will certainly benefit but I argue 
that for many the lure of these 
games will be the major reason for 
buying an accelerator. 

II just hope that games devel- 
opers will realise that just making 
sure their products work on a 
stock A1200 is not enough. How 
hard can it be to allow the screen 
to be expanded or the resolution 
increased? Why not support the 
now popular range of 'chunky' 
24-bit graphics boards? Perhaps 
there's too much foresight 
involved there but maybe, just 
maybe, the software will ddve 
the market. Mow all I need is a 
multi-tasking Doom game so I 
can pop back to my word procf 
Eor when anyone looks. ■ 
Mat B«ttmsoii 





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The CD-ROM drive eomes with a SCSI 
interface, PSU, manual, audio lead, 
mainj lead and sottware which 
includes; Audio CD, CD32 Emulator, 
MPEG FiiiTi Decoder and Photo CD. 

AMIGA 600/1200 

«2 SPEED CD-ROM mc.sqyiRHEL 
X4 SPEED CD-ROM mc.sqyiRHEL 
AIWA KZ SPEED IMt.SQUlRftEl - - 
AMIGA 4000 

DOUBLE SPEED CD-ROM , , . . 

QUAD SPEED CD-ROM . . 

AMIGA 1000 SCSI-INTERFACE 

Kil INTEftFACt REQUIftED rat. M005 

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AIWA CO-ROM 
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quad-speed duaL-speed 

CD-ROM SOFTWARE 

LIGHTWAVE 3D ENHANCER . .£55.95 

CD&OOT1.0 *29 

WOIRLD INFO'95 £39.95 

DA CAPO VOL 1 MUSIC MODULE .£25 

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■^t^T GAMERS DELH3HT .£25 

^^E^Bk GOLDFISH 2 ^^^ 

^^^P^K LIGHT ROM ^^9 

^^^ MAGIC ILLUSIONS £10 

; MEETING PEARLS VOL 1 £10 

• ' MEETING PEARLS VOL 2 ,,...,-* 10 

; THE LIGHT WORKS £34 

I THE BEAUTY OF CHAOS ....... .£12 

___ AMINET5 .,......., £'*2 

♦ ■*£! AMINET SET 1 . -£25 

^•'^ CD-WRITE , £39 

SO watt FRESH FISH S .............. £25 

GATEWAY VOL 1 - ■ ■ ■ £9.95 






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The Viper 28 can have up to 128MB 
RAM Installed, full Kickstart remapping, 
optional SCSl-ll adaptor, or-board 
battery backed tlock, 68882 co- 
processor, instruction and data bjrst 
n^odes. 



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FPU's complete with cryital. Pleaie 
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VIPER 2B MKH BARE 
VIPER 23 MICH 2MB . 
VIPER 28 MKIl 4MB . 
VIPER 2a MKIl SMB . 
ViPER23 MICH 1$<MB 



£119.95 
£199.95 
£259.95 

£399.95 
£569.95 



20MHZ FPU PLCC 
33MHZ FPU PLCC 
40MHI FPU PLCC 
50MHZ FPU PGA 



■ ••••••••«•••• Starting froTn 

£119.95 



The Viper 50 fan have up to 128MB 
RAM installed, and the same ifeatures 
as the Viper Z8, 

VIPER 50 BAftE £199.95 

VIPER SO ZMB £279.95 

VIPER 50 4Ma £349.95 

VIPER SO SMB £479.95 

VIPER SO 16MB £649.95 



£20.95 

£39.95 

£60,95 

£89,95 

SCSI-ll INTERFACE (vi«iiiionlt:i £69.95 

4MB SIMM £139 

SMB SIMM £279 



A1200 BME RAM card which Uies 1 « 
32 SIMMs and is PCMCIA friendly. 

PC1208 BARE £59.95 

PC1208 1MB ■■■■ ■ .£89.95 

PCl20fl2MB £129.95 

PC1203 4MB £189.95 

PC120S SMB £329,95 



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CD-ROM Edition 
November 1995 




Presented with the Hovemher issie of 

CU Amiga Mr gamine 
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Featuring; 

• CD-ROIVI drives * CD-ROM disk round-up 
CD-ROM Q&A * Cover mounted CD-ROM on special issues! 

Plus: 

Lots of reviews, previews, a superb cover disk utfllty and games demo! 
CU Amiga Magazine: the magazine for ALL Amiga users 

3.5 inch disk and CD-ROM versions available on October 15th